Isuzu MU-X Design
According to Isuzu, the vehicle styling concept is inspired by the American bald eagle, exemplified by the aggressively styled front fascia. The revised look features sharper eye-like LED headlamps design with integrated daytime running light. The massive chromed front grille is borderline ostentatious, and the front bumper has also been redesigned with revised fog lamp housing, again with more chrome bits.
The raised ride height is exaggerated by the massive wheel well spaces within the bulging wheel arches despite the larger 18-inch alloy wheels and the massive 255/60 rubbers. The available underbody protection guards the body panels against rough terrain while exterior utility features such as roof rack and side steps are fitted as standard.
The design of the roof mounted spoiler is more prominent here and the only way to tell the two variants apart are the difference in antenna design- shark-fin type for the 4x4 and bee-sting type for the 4x2. The rear taillight clusters retain the same shape as the predecessor, but now featuring new graphics and LED signatures within, matching the sharper headlamps design up front. Door handles, side mirrors and the tail gate trim are finished in chrome for that added premium touch.
Isuzu MU-X Dimension
Despite sharing the same platform, the Isuzu MU-X is significantly smaller in size compared to the double-cab Isuzu D-MAX pickup truck. The 7-seater SUV is as wide as the pickup equivalent but is a whopping 470 mm shorter in overall length. Wheelbase is shorter too by 250 mm. However, it is marginally larger in dimension compared to the Toyota Fortuner.
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