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The zero-emission Isuzu D-Max BEV 2025 pickup truck will go into mass production soon. The all-electric version will retain the load-carrying capacity of versions with a diesel engine. The new product is built on the basis of the mid-size D-Max. The battery-powered car, despite having a different power unit, received the traction capabilities and other features of turbodiesel pickups. The new version differs from the donor in a different design of the front body panel.

Standard Isuzu D-Max

Instead of a radiator grille, in this case a blank panel is used. In addition, the electric pickup truck received a different front bumper, and blue accents appeared in the decor, which indicate the electric component. Other details about the new product are not yet known. The power part uses two electric motors of 55 and 120 hp, which are respectively located on the front and rear axles. In total, the output of the unit reaches 175 hp. Drive – full. The range is not reported, but the battery capacity is 66.9 kWh. The pickup truck can tow up to 3.5 tons, and the carrying capacity is 1 ton. Sales will begin in 2025, and the debut will take place at the Bangkok Motor Show (photo: Isuzu).

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