CV preview for new Arctic Trucks D-Max
ISUZU showed off its new D-Max Arctic Trucks AT35 pre-production model vehicle at the Commercial Vehicle Show. The production model will be launched in Spring 2022. As before the AT35 is an exclusive, robust, serious 4×4 model for off-road enthusiasts. Arctic Trucks have years of experience in re-engineering four-wheel drives to create reliable, good quality and durable vehicles.
The collaboration between Isuzu UK and Arctic Trucks builds on the award winning All-New D-Max with advanced technology that has been especially developed to handle challenging landscapes. A strengthened chassis, Bilstein Performance Suspension and an All-Terrain Wheel and 35″ Tyre Package offer confidence when driving off-road while the AT35 drives with a great deal of comfort and control. The AT35 is a luxurious but extremely competent 4×4 pick-up.
Refined amenities such as the Bespoke Arctic Truck Branded Headrests, Arctic Trucks Floor Mats, branded sill covers, and Leather Interior provide comfort in this resilient vehicle. With high-tech features like Traffic Sign Recognition, Automatic Windscreen Wipers and Emergency Lane Keeping, the AT35 also has impressive features to allow for an enjoyable driving experience. This includes a 9″ Multifunction Touchscreen with Bluetooth connectivity that can sync with Android Auto and Apply CarPlay.
The truck also has a HDMI port, Dual Zone Climate Control and eight speakers with a Subwoofer. All elements of each D-Max AT35 build are undertaken by Isuzu and Arctic Trucks technicians to ensure showroom quality, adherence to all relevant vehicle type approvals and full-alignment with Isuzu’s 5-year / 125,000-mile warranty.
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Chris Wright has been covering the automotive industry nationally and internationally for 30 years. Following spells with consumer titles he became News Editor of Automotive Management (AM), Editor of Automotive International, International Editor for Detroit-based Automotive News, and Editor of Dealer Update.
He has also co-authored several FT Management Reports and contributes regularly to Justauto.com