Isuzu D-Max ‘Beast Edition’ spied, to launch in the coming weeks – Malaysia

Posted on: May 12, 2016 - 11:32am IST

Features black alloy rims and decals.

Spyshots from carlist.my feature a new special edition of the Isuzu D-Max being prepped for launch. To be called the D-Max ‘Beast Edition’, the market launch is expected in the coming weeks in Malaysia.

Isuzu D-Max 'Beast Edition' spied
The market launch is expected to unfold in the coming weeks in Malaysia.

This follows the Isuzu D-Max Diablo edition that went on sale last year in limited numbers (300 units). Given that Toyota launched the all new Hilux in Malaysia, it doesn’t come as a surprise that Isuzu is announcing a special edition to woo customers. Currently there are no details on the number of examples that Isuzu will build or the variant the D-Max Beast Edition is based on.

From the spyshots, the Isuzu D-Max Beast Edition will, as its name says, feature aggressive elements for a butch appearance. It rides on matte black multi-spoke alloy wheels, black decals across the side profile and black plastic extensions around the fenders and side sills. The chrome accents on the ORVMs, grille, headlamps, taillamps, sports bar, door handles and roof rails are finished in gloss black.

Isuzu D-Max 'Beast Edition' front fender spied
The Beast Edition rides on matte black multi-spoke alloy wheels, black decals across the side profile and black plastic extensions around the fenders and side sills.

Also Read: 2016 Isuzu MU-X launched in Thailand

As for the Indian market, Isuzu recently launched the D-Max V-Cross at prices starting from INR 12.49 Lakhs (ex-showroom). It is manufactured at a localization rate of 70% at the company’s new plant in Sri City, Andhra Pradesh.

Isuzu D-Max ‘Beast Edition’ – Image Gallery

[Source: Carlist.my]

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