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If Batman Was A Farmer: Isuzu D-Max AT35 Ditches Chrome For A Stealthier Look

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Following the reveal of the Nissan Navara AT32, #Isuzu brought out a new limited version of its D-Max AT35 truck, called the Stealth.

Isuzu will offer just 10 of these blacked-out D-Max AT35s which had their chromework stripped away and instead feature roof bars, side steps, a radiator grille, fog light surrounds, rear bumper trim, door mirrors and badges all finished in black. Combined with the Cosmic Black Mica paintjob, the new Isuzu D-Max Stealth does exactly what it says on the tin.

Other features include a black rear sports bar and a matching mountain top roller cover, as well as a set of standard LED headlights, fog lights and two sets of lazer lights mounted on the front bumper and sports bar.

Inside the new Isuzu D-Max Stealth gets a bespoke leather upholstery, designed specifically for this model, as well as a nine-inch color touchscreen display and a nine-speaker audio system.

“Stealth is an exclusive pick-up with a striking presence. The new Stealth builds on the prowess of the Isuzu D-Max Arctic Trucks AT35 and takes it to another level”, said William Brown, Managing Director for Isuzu UK.

If you have a black truck-shaped hole in your life, Isuzu will sell you one of the ten D-Max Stealth trucks for the price of £44,005 OTR in the UK.


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