The shadowy image above does little to offer an idea of what to expect of these Mitsubishi concept models, aside from a set of orange-rimmed wheels, orange mirror caps, orange wheel-arch tips, orange front bumper inserts and a roof rack system. The models are said to wear "a striking designers' outfit".
But through a bit of photograph manipulation, the below image gives a slightly better idea of what to expect:
The company claims the two new show cars will be aimed at "urban adventurers", with the Japanese maker seemingly trying to de-bling the front end of its updated 2017 ASX, which debuted late in 2015.
The image above clearly shows the Triton sporting a slightly revised front bumper with the orange-rimmed fog-light inserts helping to break up the bulk of the current bumper.
Little else is known about the two concept models at this stage - but it seems unlikely this will be the brand's touted foray into premium SUV territory.
Stay tuned for more as it comes to hand.