Greater Noida: Japanese commercial vehicle maker Isuzu today unveiled adventure utility vehicle D-MAX V-Cross at the Auto Expo, which would be manufactured from April at its Sri City plant in Andhra Pradesh.
The company said it will soon make India a global hub for vehicle parts and components. Powered by a 134 hp, BS-IV compliant, high pressure Common Rail Fuel Injection diesel engine, D-MAX V-Cross is a second generation pickup and is currently available in Europe, Australia, Thailand and South America.
The Isuzu D-MAX V-Cross
On price of the model, Isuzu Motors India Senior General Manager Shankar Srinivas said: "We have indicative price at this moment... it is approximation and we have not finalised. Isuzu D-MAX V-Cross will be Rs 15 lakhs off-showroom."
On sales projections, Srinivas said the initial expectations are not very high as this is a greenfield space. "We would launch it subsequently early this year."
Isuzu Motors India Managing Director Naohiro Yamaguchi said: "The pickup market in India is expected to grow manifold and Isuzu has laid a strong emphasis on offering a range of its latest D-Max products. We have sensed intense anticipation for a thoroughbred Adventure Utility Vehicle among Indians".