Isuzu thinks its new Arctic Truck AT 35 is right for anything, anywhere image

Ahead of the official public unwrapping set to take place on October 1, Isuzu has decided to preview the new generation D-Max Arctic Trucks, the AT35 with key details and some relevant photos.

The rugged pickup truck features an upgraded design, and the AT 35 also comes with practical enhancements such as larger 35-inch off-road tires and wheels, increased body height and added comfort creatures for the cabin. It’s obviously built and designed to tackle the roughest terrains, with the AT 35 motivated by a 1.9-liter turbodiesel engine packing 160 horsepower (120 kilowatts) and 265 pound-feet (360 Newton-meters) of torque, with the option to select a standard six-speed manual or a five-speed automatic. In case black wheels are too dark for you, Isuzu fits silver ones at an extra cost.

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The huge set of 35-inch tires off-road tires are shod around 17-inch alloy wheels, with 11 inches (290 millimeters) of ground clearance, and an approach angle of 36 degrees – towing capacity is limited to 3.5 tons, with payload at one ton and the AT 35 tipping the scales at a hefty 4,651 pounds (2,110 kilograms). For now the AT 35 will only be offered as a double cabin, and comes with new features including keyless entry and push button start, a seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system, DAB radio, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, satellite navi and even a shark fin antenna. The new trucks will be available with Splash White, Cosmic Black, Obsidian Grey, Venetian Red, Tundra Green, Titanium Silver, and Nautilus Blue colors, prices kicking off at £37,995 in the United Kingdom.