While that might sound like Mitsubishi are jumping on the ‘black’ bandwagon, and maybe they are, there is no denying that the Shogun Black looks very cool. Using the great base of their ultra tough Shogun LWB 3.2 Di-D LWB SG4, the Black adds a satin black styling kit which includes beefy black 20” wheels, roof, spoiler, wing mirrors, grille and headlamp bezels, fog lamp surrounds, door handles and side steps.
It really works on the Shogun and should certainly appeal to a fresh new market for Mitsubishi. Available now, body colour options are: Frost White (Solid), Cool Silver (Metallic), Diamond Black (Pearlescent), Orient Red (Metallic) and Granite Brown (Metallic). Frost white is the obvious choice but we are quite keen to see the Granite Brown (brown and gold very trendy car colours at the moment).
The Shogun is 30 years old in the UK this year and doesn’t look like it’s going anywhere, If you want a off-roader with some serious klout then go check one out. the Black pack adds £1,000 to the price over the SG4 model at £41,999. The metallic charge for Shogun is an additional £540 which seems very reasonable for something that will really stand out amongst all the other off-roaders.