You can see that the bumper is reworked, with what appear to be fog-lights sitting up higher than on the current version. That gives the front a wider look, while the headlights and grille appear to be largely unchanged.
It's expected that the changes won't be limited only to the front of the updated Pajero Sport.
Mitsubishi says the “new Pajero Sport will offer further improvements to its design, convenience, comfort and quality”, with new safety gear, tech and possibly revamped tail-lights and a revised rear-end design also set to debut.
The 2020 update is the first major change to the Pajero Sport model since it launched in 2015. Stay tuned, we’ll bring you more information when it’s available, and post additional images when they come to hand.
You can expect the facelifted version of the Pajero Sport to launch in Australia in the last quarter of 2019.