If you’re feeling a strong sense of déjà vu, that’s understandable - apart from a redesigned front bumper and grille, lower door trim, and unique alloy wheels, the Fullback is otherwise a Mitsubishi Triton.
The Fullback will be offered in Europe with a full suite of Mitsubishi engines, including a 2.4 litre turbo diesel with a low output 113kW version, or a high output 133kW version, mated to either a five-speed automatic, or six-speed manual transmission.
Middle East and African markets will get a choice of 2.5 litre diesel engines rated at 81kW and 131kW, with five-speed auto or five-speed manual transmissions, as well as a 2.4 litre petrol engine coupled with a five-speed manual.
Two- and four-wheel drive options will be available depending on market and specification.
Three specification levels will be available across single, extra, and double-cab body styles, with cab-chassis versions also available,
The single interior image released by Fiat shows an interior that mimics the Triton exactly, with the exception of the Fiat-branded steering wheel. The high-spec vehicle shown includes touch-screen infotainment, heated leather seats, and climate control.
Sales for the Fullback begin in May next year across Africa, the Middle East, and Europe, but at this stage there are no plans to introduce the Fullback as a part of the Fiat Professional range in Australia.