It seems Arctic Trucks just can't get enough of modifying the all-new Isuzu D-Max. After revealing the pre-production version of the D-Max AT35, the company has introduced another tricked-out ute.
This is the 2021 Isuzu D-Max AT33 by Arctic Trucks, and it's packing. Like its AT35 brother, the AT33 comes with a wide array of upgrades and add-ons. One of the most obvious upgrades is the huge 33-inch all-terrain BF Goodrich tires which give the pick-up truck its unique name. Complementing the bigger rubber are the off-road style wheels and the black-painted fender flares. Noticeably, they're more subtle than the ones fitted on the AT35.
Providing added protection when going over rough terrain is a nudge bar with auxiliary lights and a black hood visor. Other noticeable changes present on the AT33 include a sports bar for the bed, black side mirror caps, black door handles, side steps, a tow hitch, and a roof rack which also doubles as a base for a tent.
Pictures of the interior are not yet available. Since the AT33 is also based on the LS-E, we expect it to come with dual-zone automatic climate control, touchscreen infotainment with Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, and Isuzu's new suite of intelligent safety systems called Advanced Driver Assist System (ADAS). Like the AT35, the leather-wrapped seats could have been upgraded with Arctic-Trucks decals on the headrests paired with specially-branded floor mats and door sill plates.
Powering the AT33 D-Max is a 3.0-liter 4JJ3-TCX turbo-diesel engine that makes 190 PS with 450 Nm of torque. A choice between a 6-speed manual transmission and a 6-speed automatic gearbox is available on the D-Max AT33.
Looking to get one for yourself? For now, the AT33 (and AT35) D-Max pick-up trucks will soon be available over in Europe. Both the AT33 and AT35 are unlikely to make their way to the Philippines as Arctic Trucks has no official presence in the country. However, they could provide D-Max owners with inspiration on how to modify their pick-up truck.
Do you plan on modifying your D-Max to look like the ones built by Arctic Trucks? Let us know in the comments.