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« "What about my Truck?" »
— Becker after Matt sacrificed the truck[src]

The Mitsubishi L-200 is a type of compact pickup truck. The L-200 features a 2.5 litre turbodiesel engine, producing 180 horsepower. Its ruggedness and four wheel drive capabilities make it an effective workhorse truck. It has been produced from 1978 to the present day, by the Japanese car company, Mitsubishi.


Between Series 3 and Series 4

After the Anomaly Research Centre reopened, after it was temporary shutdown, it changed its car preference from silver Toyota Hiluxs to black 2010, Mitsubishi L-200, 2.5 Di-D Double Cab Barbarian. There was at least two for the main ARC team and one for every backup team.

Episode 4.1

As Abby Maitland and Connor Temple emerged from an anomaly, the ARC team arrived to shut down the anomaly. Two trucks were dispatched, one driven by Matt Anderson, the other by Captain Becker. After Becker reunited with Connor and Abby, a Spinosaurus came through the anomaly, causing Becker and Matt to leave. They gave chase, while Connor and Abby stole the remaining L-200. After chasing the Spinosaurus through the streets of London for a while, Matt realised that he would need a larger vehicle to corral the dinosaur. He ended up leaving the L-200 for a Garbage Truck, while Becker remained in the pickup. All three vehicles met outside of an arena, and corralled the Spinosaurus into the interior. One truck led it into the interior, and after a short confrontation, the Spinosaurus was sent to an unknown time period, thanks to an Anomaly Opening Device.

Episode 4.2


Series 5


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