New Mitsubishi L200 Barbarian SVP II special edition revealed

Another Special Vehicle Projects L200 from Mitsubishi has arrived, with 250 SVP II trucks heading for the UK

Another special edition Mitsubishi L200 pick-up truck has arrived. Called the L200 Barbarian SVP II, it's the second truck produced under the brand’s new Special Vehicle Projects (SVP) division after L200 SVP

Based on the L200 Barbarian Double Cab, the SVP II will be produced in limited numbers - just 250 are heading to the UK - and each will boast a number of exclusive design tweaks.

Bespoke 17-inch alloy wheels feature, which are finished in black and orange and wrapped in BF Goodrich all-terrain rubber, along with bolt-on bubble wheel arches.

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A new SVP grille is found at the front, which gets a black and orange makeover. More orange highlights include the fog lamp outlines, the headlight and taillight housings, and the housings for the door handles.

A similar black and orange theme is found in the cabin, with the SVP logo and each truck’s individual number stitched into the headrests.

Bluetooth, Bi-Xenon headlights with integrated LED daytime running lights, cruise control and a reversing camera linked to the infotainment system are all standard fit, alongside the equipment featured on the normal L200 Barbarian.

Half of the 250 allocation will be offered finished in pearlescent Diamond Black paint, with the other 125 trucks in metallic grey. Orders are open now for deliveries in May, with prices starting from £29,830.

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