UK/Europe get beefed-up Isuzu D-MAX

Arctic Trucks mods for Isuzu’s D-MAX

isuzu d-max arctic trucks

Australians love the Isuzu D-MAX, and head-turning modified dual-cab utes too, unfortunately though the Isuzu D-MAX Arctic Trucks AT35 isn’t going to be available locally.

Modifiers, Arctic Trucks, have a long history in Iceland and Scandinavia as creators of 4×4 vehicles able to take on the most demanding terrains and conditions.

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The company, and Isuzu, have now worked together to produce a pick-up/ute that will shine in the most gruelling conditions.

Set for a launch in October, the D-MAX Arctic Trucks AT35 will feature the 120kW 1.9 litre turbo-diesel engine that isn’t available in the Isuzu offering here.

Despite the lower capacity/output, the D-MAX still boasts a 3.5 tonne towing capacity and 1 tonne payload.

Built into the modified offering is larger wheels and beefed-up wheel arches, as well as tinted windows, and a tailgate damper.

The cabin benefits from enhancements such as keyless entry, push button ignition, digital radio, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, and a shark fin antenna.

There’s also Arctic Trucks branded embroidered headrest, carpet mats, door still covers, as well as badges on the instrument panel & door panels.

arctic trucks isuzu d-maxThe new Isuzu D-Max Arctic Trucks AT35 is being offered in a range of colours including Splash White, Cosmic Black, Obsidian Grey, Venetian Red, Tundra Green, Titanium Silver and Nautilus Blue, and prices start from £37,995 (around $61,500 AUD).

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