Before you go all up in arms, just bear in mind that this is just part of Theo’s imagination of what he thinks may be, if there ever were plans for a coupe version of the 2016 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport, the Japanese brand’s signature SUV which made a global debut in Thailand just recently.
For some bizarre reason, Theo himself seemed reluctant when he was doing this one, but he did it anyway and by this writer’s guesses it was just for the fun of it. This rendering, Theophilus chooses to drop the ‘Sport’ moniker, simply calling it the ‘Pajero Coupe’ instead.
He even took the effort to add in some chrome accented trim to the Pajero and removed the metal strips at the top, we suspect to give it a more premium look for that matter. The most prominent part of it all, of course is the sloping rear that slants to give it that (odd) coupe styling.
Theo also took the time to add in a third brake lamp that sits across a thin piece in the rear, while the chrome embellishment above the plate area has also been erased and in its place is a trapezoid black piece as a replacement, the rear lights are given a curvier design.
The Pajero Coupe’s behind suggests that the artist got his inspiration from the Honda Crosstour, the same car which didn’t turn out too well in terms of sales. Would a Pajero coupe that’s based on the the same platform as the Mitsubishi Triton do well? Aerodynamically, the answer might be yes, aesthetically, well, we’re not too sure.