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Here's a Fugly Mitsubishi Pajero Coupe, Based on the Freshly Released 2016 Pajero Sport

Even though the undersigned is not a big fan of SUVs, here at autoevolution we appreciate those offroaders and wannabe offroaders who still have a personality.
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The Mitsubishi Pajero is one of them, and the recent unveiling of the 2016 Pajero Sport didn't change the way we think about the SUV. However, we stumbled upon two renderings showing the Pajero touched by BMW X6/X4 or Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe influences.

Yes, we're talking about that hunchback shape that transformed SUV into SACs (Sports Activity Coupes), but applied on a sharper and more aggressive design language, like the one displayed by the 2016 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport.

The renderings were created by our old friend Theophilus Chin, who admits he already hears people screaming "Quick! Kill it with fire" upon seeing his latest photo manipulation examples.

Now, we would like to start from somewhere with describing the renderings, but we have no idea where to begin, so we'll let them in the photo gallery for you to examine, judge and express your opinion about that sloping roofline.

For now, all we can do is hope Mitsubishi won't build this deviation, but knowing the brand's values and previous models, it is difficult to believe that a Pajero Coupe will pop up in the carmaker's lineup.

In case the two renderings are hurting your eyes, we thought to show you an example where Mitsubishi Pajero Sport's design language is used for a good cause.

That is, to change the looks of the Mitsubishi L200/Triton, a model it shares its underpinnings with. Of course your beauty is not very important when all you have to do is carry stuff from A to B and pull a trailer once in a while, but if there's any way we can counterbalance the Pajero Coupe, it's by showing you this face-swapped pickup truck.

 
 
 
 
 

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