Following its global premiere in London early this year along with a European tour, the Fast & Furious Live show will begin touring the UK – featuring precision performance driving and newly created physics-defying stunts.

Aside from the iconic wheels of the F&F franchise, audience will also be treated to a one-of-a-kind Mitsubishi L200 (Triton for us) that’s been so radically modified – inside and out – it’s worthy of some airtime on the next Mad Max sequel.While it may share the same black and orange colour scheme as the Barbarian II Triton (a sequel to the Barbarian SVP), the similarities end there. The Triton’s stance had been widened by 15 x 15J wheels, with extended suspension travel and an external roll cage that wraps around the front bumper and wheel arches.

Staying true to the Fast & Furious theme, the bespoke Triton packs as much punch under the hood as it does on the outside. It’s 2.4-litre engine’s force induction system gets treated to a larger hybrid Garrett turbocharger and a custom manifold linked to its side-exit exhaust.The charged air generated from the upgraded turbocharger then gets cooled by a larger, front-mounted intercooler. An ECU remap provides the final touch to ensure optimum engine combustion from the increased air flow from upgraded air intakes and filters.

Inside, it’s been fully stripped out with a pair of Corbeau carbon fibre bucket seats and four-point Luke race harnesses being the noticeable occupants.


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Pan Eu Jin
Regularly spend countless hours online looking at cars and parts I can't afford to buy. How a car makes you feel behind the wheel should be more important than the brand it represents - unless resale value is your thing.