D-Max Arctic Trucks AT35 has been revealed by Isuzu and Arctic Trucks, the firm probably best known for bringing Top Gear to the North Pole. The truck will be shown at the 2021 Commercial Vehicle Show in Birmingham, United Kingdom.
It has been a long time since we've worked with Isu However, this is the greatest one yet," said Peter Smith, Arctic Trucks' UK Managing Director. After its debut at the CV Show, we expect a lot of interest in this extremely desired and excellent AT35 when it goes on sale.
Since the truck's foundation, Arctic Trucks has reinforced the chassis, installed Bilstein Performance Suspension, and installed 35-inch All-Terrain tires for off-road assurance. With Arctic Trucks headrests, floor mats and sill coverings, and leather inside, the vehicle has been given a makeover. So in the meantime, the vehicle is equipped with traffic sign recognition, automatic windshield wipers, and an emergencies lane from the Isuzu plant.
In the UK, the Isuzu D-Max is only available with a turbodiesel engine with 162 horsepower and 266 lb-ft of torque. An extra six-speed automatic gearbox is available as an alternative to the base six-speed manual gearbox.
Isuzu U.K. managing director William Brown stated, "It's a joy to collaborate with Arctic Trucks on this prototype ahead of the introduction of our new AT35. It feels extremely exciting to be releasing another new car in 2022 after the success of the all-new D-Max introduction in 2021."
To assure the highest possible quality, all components of the vehicle will be constructed by Isuzu and Arctic Trucks specialists. In February 2022, sales are anticipated to commence. The price has yet to be announced.
Source of photos: Arctic Trucks