Isuzu Motors has officially teased the BS6 compliant 2021 D-Max V-Cross in the Indian market. The automaker has posted a teaser image of the SUV on its website alongside social media handles, indicating that it could be launched in India soon. The photo shows the front fascia and side bodywork of the new 2021 D-Max V-Cross SUV. The company has already modernized its lineup to meet stringent BS6 emissions standards.
The latest post with a teaser image on the social media handle of Isuzu India reads, “Something mighty is on the way.” However, the teaser picture listed on the official website reads, “We have something mighty coming your way.” However, the teaser image leads to a model page which states, “Be prepared to experience V-Cross and Hi-Lander.”
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The design and overall appearance of the 2021 Isuzu D-Max V-Cross SUV pickup truck are expected to remain unchanged. It’ll come with a two-piece chrome grille, projection headlights, L-shaped LED daytime running lights, friction panels, fog lights, contrast colored ORVMs, 18-inch alloy wheels, vertically stacked taillights, and more.
Inside, the 2021 Isuzu D-Max V-Cross will have an all-black interior, a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system, and an analog instrument console. For safety, the truck will come with features like dual airbags, ABS with EBD, ESC, seatbelt reminders, rear parking sensors, speed alert system, and more.
Under the hood, there will be a new BS6-compliant 1.9-liter diesel unit that will be offered as a replacement for the 2.5-liter unit offered in the previous iteration. The new diesel unit will be tuned to generate 150 hp of peak power and 350 Nm of torque, while mated to a six-speed automatic transmission.
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