Mitsubishi ASX L200 Geoseek-01

As revealed earlier, Mitsubishi brought dressed-up versions of the facelifted ASX crossover and Triton (L200) pick-up truck to the Geneva show. The pre-show announcement came with a couple of images, but here’s a full gallery.

The ‘Geoseek’ name is a combination of ‘geo’ and ‘seek’, which is MMC’s way of urging one to explore new frontiers with the rugged vehicles.

Both cars are painted in a solid tone pearl grey finish, while the parts that serve to “symbolise the functional nature of an SUV” – such as fog lamp bezels, fender lips, alloy rims, side garnish, tailgate spoiler, rear bumper and door mirrors – are accented in orange. This grey-orange theme was also seen on the Proton Iriz Active concept. The recently revealed Fiesta ST200 also has a similar flat grey tone.

The “active look” in enhanced by a mesh inner grill up front and a skid plate below the bumper, and both are fitted with what MMC calls a “roof basket” for carrying bicycles or camping gear. The pick-up truck has lights and hand holds fitted to its roof rails while the ASX comes with LED fog lamps.

The interiors of both Geoseek cars are in black with orange accents, and the seat covers are a combo of mesh fabric centre panels (better ventilation) and suede-like fabric (low-slip surface) for the bolsters.

A good look for the duo, don’t you agree?

GALLERY: Mitsubishi ASX Geoseek Concept

GALLERY: Mitsubishi L200 (Triton) Geoseek Concept