V-Special new D-Max launched
HOT on the load-bed of its sought-after D-Max Fury special edition, Isuzu has announced another limited volume pick-up model.
The Utah V-Cross double-cab is limited to 100 examples, and will be available with manual and automatic gearboxes.
Upgrades over the regular, highly-specified Utah model include a front skirt, 18-inch V-Cross alloy wheels, a wireless phone charger and front camera.
The front skirt includes a grey lower section and gloss black upper section, with a red stripe detail.
The new alloys feature 12 ‘V-spokes’ and a black diamond cut finish.
It is the first D-Max to feature a wireless charger. It has been fitted in the top glove box with a non-slip pad included to ensure that the phone stays in position.
A front camera is located on the front bumper and monitors the area in front of the truck that would normally be in the driver’s blind spot.
Its images are displayed on the touchscreen to aid manoeuvring when parking in tight, tricky spaces.
The display toggles between the front camera and reversing camera by moving from first gear or drive to reverse.
The D-Max Utah V-Cross retains the 3.5 tonne towing capacity, 125,000 mile/five-year warranty - whichever comes first - and five-year roadside assistance in the UK and across Europe.
Utah V-Cross prices start at £26,199 CVOTR for manual gearbox pick-ups and £27,199 CVOTR for the automatic.
This amounts to £500 more than the regular Utah - good value considering the extra equipment on offer.
The D-Max Utah V-Cross can be ordered now and is due to arrive with dealers in January.