The guys who brought us the staged video of local drifting icon Leona Chin pranking a group of supposedly driving school instructors are now back again - this time with Leona playing the role of an unsuspecting sales person for a Mitsubishi Triton.
The video, obviously staged, is Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia's rather unconventional way previewing its upcoming new variant of the Mitsubishi Triton - the Triton Phantom Edition.
Not much is known about the Triton Phantom yet, but it is clear that Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia have been listening to their customers - many of whom don't really fancy the huge chrome grille in front.
So the Triton Phantom edition features a matt-like black finished grille, with a new bumper-integrated bull-bar to complete the meaner look. Also new are some decorative decals at the sides of the deck, with a new deck lid cover and sports bar. The standard car's silver polished wheels have also been replaced by black coloured alloys.
Inside, the leather seats are clearly different from the ones fitted to the Triton Adventure VGT, featuring embossed 'Phantom' logos.
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