The Mitsubishi Triton facelift has been spotted once again, following an appearance made in Tonsley, South Australia earlier this year. While completely wrapped in camouflage vinyl, these prototypes – photographed in Europe – clearly show the new Dynamic Shield front face with sleek new styling.

The revised fascia gets slimmer headlights (possibly LED projectors with LED DRLs) and grille, and below that are fog lamps and signal indicators that are pushed to the far edges of the lower bumper. The lower lip appears to be thicker as well, and the underside of the engine bay features the same black piece of protective material from the existing Triton.

It will ride on new set of redesigned wheels, and the rump also appears to be changed as well, with updated tail lights. The rest of the pick-up truck appears to be similar to today’s Triton, with the signature beltline crease that fades out in the middle of the body and the Triton’s trademark J-curve that divides cab and bed.

It’s not yet known if the facelifted Triton (known as the L200 in other markets) will come with an updated engine, but expect some changes to be done to the cabin. With this new face, the Triton will finally look more like the GR-HEV Concept that previewed this generation back in 2013. Like what you see? Comment, below.