Isuzu’s latest special edition of the D-Max is targeted at professionals looking for a workhorse.
Toyota’s Monet autonomous car venture will introduce ride-sharing services next year .
The Isuzu D-Max XTR will eventually sit between Blade and Arctic Trucks versions within the range.
Only 10 units of the Isuzu D-Max Arctic Trucks AT35 Safir will be made, all painted Sapphire Blue Mica.
The redesigned D-Max will offer roomier, better-quality cabins, as well as improved ride quality.
Isuzu’s new D-Max Utah V-Cross gets a standard front camera, smartphone wireless charging and some visual updates.
The first units of the Isuzu D-Max Fury will arrive in dealerships next January, with a starting price of £22,499 .
The 2019 Isuzu D-Max Arctic Trucks AT35 adds a few updates to the pickup truck, making it more appealing to customers.
Isuzu’s 2018 D-Max range will be officially launched in the UK on October 1st, priced from £16,799.
Isuzu’s new studies are based upon the D-Max pickup truck and MU-X SUV, and feature lots of custom parts.
Production of the pick up truck’s new version will be limited to 75 units.
The two companies will dissolve the capital tie-up that was formed back in 2006.