New Isuzu D-Max experience on the roads of Sweden

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New Isuzu D-Max experience on the roads of Sweden

We don’t often get to see spy pictures of third generation Japanese pickup truck, but the car captured during the test.

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Earlier Japanese specialist has released up a four-door version of D-Max double cabin on the snowy roads of Sweden for winter testing. Now, however, we can also show you a more practical model with two elongated layout of the cockpit.

Compared to D-Max Double Cab, extended cab has a longer cargo platform, but it is equipped with a bench behind the seats that makes it the perfect compromise between a coupe version with two seats and a five.

Obviously, the key elements of the updated design are the same regardless of the version of the cab. Somehow the proportions of this extended version of the cab seem to fit D-Max is better because the truck looks more balanced with the extended cargo bed — not to mention the fact that it needs to carry more Luggage.

The exterior is still hidden by camouflage, but that’s not hard to imagine how it will look finished product. The headlights are an evolution of those found in the current version. This applies to the rear lights and bumpers. The bars look much larger and will give a bold look to the front. Inside the Isuzu, is expected to offer more premium materials, new technologies and improved level of comfort.

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With regard to the powerplants, expect the D-Max next-generation for Europe will use the 1.9-liter four-cylinder turbodiesel presented in 2017. The current D-Max unit develops a power of 163 HP and a torque of 360 Nm. Couple he is a six-speed manual or automatic ??Transmission and standard all-wheel drive.

In Asia, South Africa and Australia the upcoming D-Max needs to continue the production of the 3.0-litre four-cylinder turbodiesel, which is able to update power. It is expected that the debut of the new Isuzu D-Max will take place before the end of this year, and its production will start in 2020.