Both vehicles have been accessorised to suit outdoor adventure seekers and feature solid tone pearl grey paint, with vibrant orange accents highlighting the fog light surrounds, alloy wheels, wheel arch lips, side garnish, and mirror housings.
The Triton gains working lights, hand-holds fitted to the roof rails, and a unique sail-pane behind the cabin, while the ASX features LED foglights.
On the inside both pick up black interior trims featuring vibrant orange highlights “to present a casual and sporty image akin to outdoor sporting wear”. Seat trims are a combination of mesh fabric centre panels and suede-like fabric bolsters.
At this stage the Geoseek pair are nothing more than concepts, likely to gauge public response to a range of outdoor accessories, rather than forecasting future production variants.
The Geoseek concepts will also be joined by the Mitsubishi eX concept, offering a look at Mitsubishi’s next generation EV system and twin-motor four wheel drive, as well as showcasing Mitsubishi’s semi-autonomous driving tech.
The eX first debuted at last year’s Tokyo Motor Show, with Geneva offering European customers their first look at the SUV concept with Mitsubishi claims will form the basis for a future production model.