Isuzu’s first D-MAX electric pickup truck will be available in Europe by the end of next year. Then, the electric vehicle will be extended to Australia, Thailand, and other markets around the world. The vehicle was unveiled in the last days at the 45th Bangkok International Motor Show.

Isuzu’s D-MAX electric with newly developed e-Axles

Technically speaking, the full-time 4WD system with newly developed e-Axles in front and rear promises excellent performance on rough roads and a linear acceleration feel characteristic of BEVs – all while minimizing noise and vibration. Furthermore, high towing capacity is ensured by adopting high-power electric motors along with a robust frame and body design, allowing the D-MAX BEV to perform just as well as existing diesel models.

Launching in select mainland Europe markets such as Norway in 2025, D-MAX BEV will be rolled out to the UK, Australia, Thailand, and other countries based on market needs and the maturity of EV charging infrastructure.


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