Isuzu

 Model Launch Schedules
 Green Vehicles
OEMs Name Model name Launch Supplemental Information
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Isuzu

Elf EV

2020 A light-duty electric truck
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JPN


Isuzu

Erga Hybrid

2018 A heavy-duty hybrid bus
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JPN


Isuzu

Elf Diesel Hybrid

2005 A light-duty hybrid truck
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 News
Feb 28, 2019

Tri Petch Isuzu Sales Thailand revealed that total sales in 2018 reached 177,864 units, up 11% from 2017. Of total sales, pickup segment contributed 149,578 units (up 12%), PPV segment contributed 12,554 units, while Isuzu trucks recorded highest-ever yearly sales in Thailand with 15,372 units, up 9.4% from 2017 and managed to earn over 50% market share in medium and heavy-duty truck market. 
In term of exports, total 160,000 units were recorded in 2018. The company targets to export 170,000 vehicles in 2019, after the unrest situation in one of the major export countries, Saudi Arabia, became less intense. The company also said that Isuzu trucks are expected to be exported to ASEAN market for the first time in 2019.

(From an article of Thansettakij on February 28, 2019)

Feb 28, 2019

Isuzu Malaysia confirmed that the 1.9-liter Ddi Blue Power turbodiesel (codename RZ4E-TC) engine, which at present, is in its final phase of testing for the local market, will be officially launched in the country by the end of 2019, after being displayed at 2018 Kuala Lumpur International Motor Show (KLIMS).
The RZ4E-TC has been on sale in other markets since 2015, including Thailand, and is used in the D-Max pick-up truck and MU-X SUV. Despite being smaller in displacement compared to the seasoned 4JK1-TCX 2.5-liter unit, the BluePower engine offers 150 hp at 3,600 rpm and 350 Nm of torque (16 hp and 30 Nm gain), while being 19% more efficient and 20% lighter.
(From an article of Paul Tan on February 22, 2019)

Feb 18, 2019

On February 14, Isuzu Motors South Africa officially launched its consolidated truck and bakkie manufacturing plant.
The ZAR 27 million project of relocating the Isuzu truck production facilities from Kempston Road in Port Elizabeth to Isuzu Motors South Africa's headquarters in Struandale, Port Elizabeth, ensures all bakkie and truck manufacturing now takes place under one roof. The relocation follows the official merging of Isuzu's truck and bakkie business in February last year with the establishment of one company, Isuzu Motors South Africa.
By positively promoting a single company culture, the new modern site will allow for shared production learning.

Isuzu Motors South Africa Press Release