2021 Isuzu D-Max V-Cross Officially Teased Before Its Launch
In addition to Isuzu’s pickup truck, Isuzu’s D-max V-cross was the only pickup truck on sale until Isuzu had agreed to reflect the BS6 specification on D-max V-cross and thus the truck was stopped. There have been recently tests performed on Indian highways with a BS6 compliant D-max V-Cross, which attest to a few previous reports that indicated that the 2021 Isuzu D-Max V-Cross could soon be launched in India.
The fact that Isuzu has now formally trimmed the 2021 Isuzu D-Max V-Cross for India further confirms this view. Let us make it very obvious before you take up your hopes that the spotted test mule is of the same type that was sold earlier rather than of the front lifting variant that was released last year.
When speaking of the engine choice, the same high-pressure, 2,5-liter Common rail fuel injection diesel engine is supposed to come back in its BS6 avatar. This machine was sufficiently strong for a torque of 134 hp and 320 Nm. The engine is attached to a manual 5-speed transmission and comes with a 4WD system that can be shifted.
It’s a shame that the modified drives that have taken their way in the facelifted model are not going to be available. The newly built turbocharged 3.0 liters diesel engine is used to produce 190hp and 450Nm of peak torque, along with a 1.9 liters diesel engine capable of generating 150hp and 350Nm of peak torque in the 2020 D-Max V-Cross. The truck also comes with a new front suspension, in order to provide stability under all sorts of conditions, where the top wishbone is higher.
Compared to its predecessor, the current 2020 Isuzu D-Max V-Cross looks more aggressive and premium. In the front, the D-Max V-Cross is equipped with an up-to-date bi-LED headlight, sharp styling, latest, and upgraded 2-slab design, matt, dark finished, new front stroke with plugs with indicator and fog lighting. The side profile of the beefy wheel arches reveals modern alloy wheels and black roof rails as well as matching dark ORVMs. The upcoming 2020 D-Max pickup will be built on the back with a built-in rear bumper and new bold LED tail lamps.