Arctic Trucks has shown an off-road version of the second-generation Isuzu MU-X. The all-terrain vehicle with the AT 35 prefix boasts improved geometric patency and larger off-road tires.
Arctic Trucks specialists spend seven days building an extreme Isuzu MU-X. Moreover, for an additional fee, such an all-terrain vehicle is equipped with a variety of off-road accessories.
The novelty is the second Isuzu model, modified by Arctic Trucks. The company already has an extreme pickup truck with pumped off-road characteristics in its arsenal.
Now there is an alternative – the MU-X AT35 SUV. Such an all-terrain vehicle can be recognized by noticeably grown wheel arches, redesigned bumpers, 17-inch wheels with tires with an outer diameter of 35 inches, a modified spare wheel bracket, and other modifications. The seams of such an SUV are treated with an anti-corrosive compound. The angles of entry and exit are increased, as is the clearance – 27.8 cm instead of 23.5.
“The modified Isuzu MU-X is 120 kilograms heavier with the same passport gross weight, and the turning radius increases from 5.7 to 6.3 meters.”
The standard engine is a 3-liter 190-horsepower diesel engine, combined with 6 automatic transmissions. It will take at least 20 days to receive the SCTS. For an additional fee, the MU-X will be equipped with an electric winch, power thresholds, bottom protection, and an expedition trunk.