Not long after spyshots of the facelifted Mitsubishi Triton surfaced, Mitsubishi has released a teaser of its updated pick-up truck, which means that a formal unveiling should be around the corner.

From the sole photo provided, the refreshed front fascia is front and centre, and it’s clear that Mitsubishi hasn’t just slapped the Pajero Sport‘s face on. The Triton will wear the latest version of the Dynamic Shield design language, with slim headlights up top and larger secondary lamp units low down and pushed to the corners of the bumper – similar to what you’d find on the new Eclipse Cross SUV and Xpander MPV.

Unlike the latter, the upper lamp units still house the main beam and LED daytime running lights, with the lower units only featuring the indicators and fog lights. As with other models in Mitsubishi’s stable, the facelifted Triton will get a two-bar grille and chrome trim pieces framing the entire front end. Also visible in the image are new six-spoke alloy wheels, and redesigned tail lights are also expected to appear.

It’s unclear if the facelifted Triton will get any updates to the powertrain, or if it will soldier on with the same 181 PS/430 Nm 2.4 litre MIVEC turbodiesel engine as before. With this new face, the Triton will finally look more like the GR-HEV Concept that previewed this generation back in 2013.