2018 Isuzu D-Max Arctic Trucks AT35 Stealth

Jun 28, 2018

Category: Rides

In case you’re unfamiliar, Arctic Trucks is the firm responsible for making the Toyota Hilux that went to the North Pole on Top Gear. And while they’re known for making some of the most rugged vehicles in the world, that’s not limited by brand, as can be seen in their new Isuzu D-Max Arctic Trucks AT35 Stealth.

This blacked-out beauty is an all-terrain, all-weather monster that could haul you, your gear, and your friends across any landscape – even in a blizzard. It manages this thanks to a combination of its 162-horsepower RZ4E diesel engine capable of 266 foot-pounds of torque, an upgraded suspension mated to massive snow-tires, and a full complement of Lazer LED lights. But it isn’t just capable – it’s also luxurious, with quilted premium leather heated seats and a 9-speaker entertainment system accessible via a 9″ multi-color touchscreen. If you’d like to take a trip to the Arctic for sightseeing in style, this $57,534 pickup should do the trick.

Purchase: $57,534+

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