The Mitsubishi Shogun Sport Story
Shogun Sport History
The story begins
In Japan back in 1982, demand for four-wheel drive vehicles was growing as private owners sought them for leisure use. So we developed our own 4WD technology.
The First Full-feature 4WD
1979 Tokyo Motor Show
A huge level of interest
The Shogun was well received at the 1979 Tokyo Motor Show and both metal and canvas-topped models rolled off the production line in 1982. It was a huge influence in the 4WD vehicle boom. The Shogun Sport is a direct descendant of this legendary vehicle.
2015 Shogun Sport Launched
World debut in Thailand
The Shogun (Pajero) Sport was a new-generation mid-size SUV. It inherited the best of the Pajero brand, the all-new Pajero Sport offered a high-quality exterior design, high performance and a comfortable interior, and advanced safety features.
The Engine Then
V6 petrol and diesel
Back when it first rolled off the production line, the Shogun had a 2,000cc engine. V6 petrol and diesel engines were added in 1988.
The Engine Now
2.4-litre MIVEC direct injection diesel
The all-new new Shogun Sport is powered by a 2.4L MIVEC turbo engine. It’s quiet, powerful and thanks to a lightweight all-aluminium engine block and a common rail direct injection system, highly fuel efficient.MORE ABOUT THE ENGINE
Philosophy Behind the Car
Outstanding off-road. Saloon car comfort
With the Shogun, and its direct descendant the Shogun Sport, we set out to create a vehicle that could deliver outstanding all-terrain performance and passenger car-like drivability and ride comfort.
“The new Pajero (Shogun) Sport combines sophisticated styling and comfort with an advanced version of its overwhelming driving performance.”Koichi Namiki Corporate General Manager, Global Pickup Project Promotion Office
Innovations and Milestones
The Mitsubishi Shogun Sport range
Discover the models in the Shogun Sport range from the 3 Auto to the Shogun Sport Commercial.