Isuzu gets creative with three special versions of the D-Max

According to Isuzu, the colour-keyed bodywork is designed to give the truck “an even more premium appearance”, although some trim has remained black to maintain the vehicle’s character. Aimed at customers including tree surgeons, landscape architects and construction companies, the vehicle is based on the business-focused Utility model, which means you get steel wheels and black bumpers. The tipper, which uses fully galvanized lifting gear, also comes with a powder-coated tubular gantry and a protection panel to shield the cab from any flying objects. Among the most prominent additions is a heavy-duty front bumper, on which there is a Britpart Pulling Power Winch with a cable that will haul up to four tonnes. There’s a snorkel, too, to aid wading, and 33-inch General Grabber mud terrain tyres encase the smaller 16-inch alloy wheels. Not only is there extra underbody protection, but the braking system has been upgraded, while the suspension has been raised to provide more ground clearance.