The Japanese product is not sure if and when the successor of the current model is offered.
In recent years, Mitsubishi has "revived" its largest SUV, Pajero, but the current 4th generation has been less and more unchanged since 2006 when it appeared on the trite.
In the meantime, Mitsubishi became part of the Renault-Nissan group, which required the company not to decide for itself whether to present a new model.
One of the leaders of Mitsubishi, Trevor Man, in an interview before Autocar he touched on the themes of the new Piper.
He said the decision on the successor to the current model was not taken, although the Japanese manufacturer has a great desire and passion to start designing the new generation of this SUV.
Man also says that the role of outsider in deciding on the new model will have strict standards that limit the emission of carbon dioxide emissions and control the maneuvering space of car manufacturers.
"The new Pajero is a net that our inventors hardly have to wait to design, but for that we have to determine whether such a model has a future in the light of new emission standards, kae Man.
By becoming a member of Mitsubishi under the cap of the Renault-Nissan alliance, it was possible that cars of this Japanese product could be used by the joint mechanics of the platform with the slim models of the other two companies. This means that some future Pajero can be significantly different than the current one.
Nissan, the closest model similar to the SUV Patrol Patrol, will probably soon replace the generation of this car, as the current version was introduced in 2010.
Therefore it is speculative that, in order to save costs, all new Pajero and future Patrol mods will share the same mechanics platform as Mitsubishi green to produce the 5th generation.