If you’re based in the ‘States you might be surprised to hear Isuzu still exists. They stopped selling to the US back in 2008. But in the UK, their sales of professional pickup trucks continued. Here is an example of the popular Isuzu D-Max at its tricked out extreme. A collaboration with Arctic Trucks, the Isuzu D-Max Arctic Trucks AT35 Stealth is a limited edition version for those who don’t want to be seen, but still want to get noticed.
What first jumps out at you (or, more accurately, hides from you) on the Stealth is the effect of the “de-chroming” package. Where there was once shiny silvery roof bars, radiator grills, door handles, and Isuzu badges, there is now blackness. Even the Isuzu tailgate decal is blacked out. All that darkness, especially when paired with the Cosmic Black Mica paint job, really earns the truck its stealthy appeal.
When it’s time to emerge from the darkness, LED headlights and fog lights, along with two sets of Lazer Lamps will turn night into day. The Stealth also comes with a black rear sports bar and a retractable roll up bed cover from Mountain Top (also in black, obviously). Head inside and you get black leather seats with contrasting quilting and black leather trim throughout the cabin. Nine speakers plus subwoofer bring the noise while a nine inch touchscreen brings the user compatibility.
It was revealed at the 2018 CV Show — Britain’s commercial vehicle trade show — and, uncharacteristically for a stealth vehicle, drew a lot of attention to itself. Only ten have been made and they’re disappearing fast. Learn more now at Isuzu.