In the sole image provided so far, the new D-Max appears to have a new-look grille, bumper, running lights and headlights. Isuzu describe the new styling as having a “bold muscular demeanour; with a widened stance and brawny haunches”.
The next-generation D-Max is said to offer premium-levels of refinement, technology and practical enhancements, while retaining the durability, ruggedness, payload and towing capacity of the existing D-Max.
Specifications are yet to be revealed, but in terms of the running gear, derivations of the existing D-Max’s 3.0-litre turbodiesel four-cylinder engine and six-speed manual and six-speed automatic transmissions are expected.
What is known is that the upcoming D-Max will share its platform and much of its running gear with the next-generation Mazda BT-50, but both will feature their own distinctive exterior styling.
Described as being “rugged by nature, but refined through evolution,” the all-new Isuzu D-Max is set to be revealed on 13 August, via a digital public launch, prior to dealership release on 1 September.
To be one of the first to see the all-new Isuzu D-Max at its full Australian reveal, register your interest at:https://www.isuzuute.com.au/all-new-d-max