Mitsubishi L200 eSports Concept Is A Gamer’s Ideal Vehicle For The Zombie Apocalypse

If you ask die-hard gamers what would be the perfect environment for them to indulge in a prolonged gaming session, chances are they won’t be mentioning the Mitsubishi L200 pickup truck.

They might change their minds however once they see this L200 eSports Concept, which is essentially a racing simulator on wheels. Unveiled in the UK at Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials 2019, the one-off truck is a heavily modified L200 that comes complete with many amenities for video game lovers.

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Those include two Logitech G920 Driving Force Racing wheels (each complete with a pedal box and gear shifter), two Xbox One consoles, and the Forza Horizon 4 driving simulator. All of them are accommodated in the now covered pickup bed, which also features two racing seats and two curved 24-inch LED screens. That’s not all: the rear area also includes a coffee machine and refreshment bar.

Based on a standard, pre-facelift Mitsubishi L200, the unusual show truck has had the chassis extended by 800 mm (31.5 in) and widened by 80 mm (3.1 in) to enable it to house a twin gaming area. The rear tailgate has been heavily modified as well and now includes a set of fold-down steps for easier access to the gaming area.

All of these gadgets are powered by a roof-mounted 150-watt solar cell which charges four 105Ah deep-cycle leisure batteries. A full charge is enough for up to eight hours of playing time.

Besides the strange-looking custom rear compartment, the L200 eSports Concept brings unique exterior tweaks such as the Speedline Mamba alloy wheels in metallic rose gold fitted with large off-road tires, extended wheel arches, a roof-mounted LED light bar, as well as rose gold badging, grille inserts, and decals. The custom truck is also fitted with two 22-inch LED screens on the outside of the rear compartment to allow onlookers to keep track of the game progress.

The design for the L200 eSports Concepts has been submitted by Joanne Tulloch of Livery Dole Mitsubishi in Exeter. Her design won the inaugural “Truck King Battle” contest for Mitsubishi dealers organized by Mitsubishi Motors UK and was made a reality by Ralph Hosier Engineering which also built the L200 Barbarian SVP.

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  • StrangerGP

    Looks more like a 4×4 hearse.

    • Mr. EP9

      Especially if zombies are involved. I’d just get out of town first and then play World War Z when it’s safe to do so.

  • McFly

    I didn’t think it was possible to come up with new ways to make pickup canopies look even uglier.

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  • Ben

    In all honest, a Prius is probably the best vehicle for a Zombie apocalypse.
    + Dead quiet at low speeds
    + Hatchback to hold your survival gear
    + Can drive on electric power for limited time, if needed
    + Still has gas motor, for when the grid goes down
    + Toyota made, built to withstand any apocalypse
    + Compatible with many parts and tires, when something fails.
    + So ugly a zombie will pass you up

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  • Six_Tymes

    that first picture from the front looks really cool. nice subtle bronze accent in the grill. those wheels look great too. the rest, that canopy or whatever, not so much

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