Isuzu is set to debut its latest generation D-Max (KB in South Africa) converted by Arctic Trucks and branded as the AT35, to the public on 1 October and has released images and details about the refreshed off-roader ahead of the official launch.
Like the previous model this is not just a one-off conversion but is supported by Isuzu and will be available on dealership floors in the U.K.
Along with the refreshed look and features like keyless entry and push button start, the AT35 comes with 30mm increase in ride height and bigger wheels.
The AT35 is powered by a 1.9-liter turbodiesel engine producing 120kW of power and 360Nm of torque, this can be mated with either the standard six-speed manual or a five-speed automatic. Black wheels come standard, while silver wheels can fitted at an extra cost.
The 17-inch alloy wheels are wrapped in a gargantuan set of 35-inch off-road tyres giving 290 millimeters of total ground clearance, and an approach angle of 36 degrees. The AT35 is sold exclusively as a double cab and weighs in at 2 110 kilograms, can cart one ton and tow up to 3.5 tons.
Inside buyers will find diamond-stitched leather seats with ‘Arctic Trucks’ embroidery, a seven-inch color touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, sat nav and a shark fin antenna.
Available colours will include Splash White, Titanium Silver, Cosmic Black, Obsidian Grey, Venetian Red, Tundra Green and Nautilus Blue. The starting price is listed at £37 995 (R642 600).