Isuzu D-Max EV Concept

Isuzu went all out with their vehicle showcase at the 45th Bangkok International Motor Show, offering a variety of automotive options, including EVs, to suit every customer’s lifestyle.

One of the highlights presented at the event, which garnered significant interest, is the “Isuzu D-Max EV Concept”. This four-door pickup with a full-time four-wheel drive system is one model that demonstrates the commitment to move towards carbon neutrality.

Using the same platform as the diesel engine pickup, the Isuzu D-Max EV Concept is a four-door pickup with a full-time four-wheel drive system. It features a newly developed dual motor and “eAxle” rear end, working together both at the front and the back. It combines with an entirely new rear suspension design in the De-Dion style, guaranteeing confidence on any kind of road. It is appropriate for use with pickup trucks as it strikes a balance between excellent load-carrying capacity and smooth driving.

The key feature of this model is the use of two high-power electric motors with a combined torque of 325 Nm. The robust design of the frame and body enhances its towing capability. 

In 2025, official production for export from Thailand is scheduled to begin, although customer demand may vary. The “Isuzu D-Max” electric pickup prototype provides a different choice for car owners and is scheduled for release in 2025 in a few European nations, including Norway.

Following that, it is scheduled to launch in the United Kingdom, Australia, Thailand, and other countries or regions in sequence, depending on market demand and the availability of public infrastructure for electric vehicle charging stations. 

Vehicle Information:

Drive System: Full-time 4-wheel drive

Maximum Combined Power: 130 kW

Front eAxle Drive System: Maximum power of 40 kW, Maximum torque of 108 Nm

Rear eAxle Drive System: Maximum power of 90 kW, Maximum torque 217 Nm

Maximum Combined Torque: 325 Nm

Top Speed: More than 130 kilometers per hour

Towing Capacity: 3.5 tons

Battery Type: Lithium-ion

Maximum Battery Capacity: 66.9 kW/hr

Maximum Payload: 1 ton

Isuzu automobiles are available under the exquisitely designed booth, which is separated into 5 zones and has a total of 15 cars. Prepared with an array of entertaining events for the 45th Bangkok International Motor Show, which will take place at Challenger Halls 1-3, IMPACT Muang Thong Thani, from March 27 to April 7, 2024.