The new model is available inred, white or metallic silver, while the exterior is enhanced by a black theme from bumper to bumper. At the front, there’s a specialised black bumper guard and a black radiator grille.
The black treatment continues on the flanks with black mirror caps, roof rails, side steps, window surrounds and black 17-inch alloy wheels, and at the rear a standard tow bar sits beneath a black rear bumper. The special design changes are finished off by a black sports bar behind the cab, complete with Midnite Edition decals and branded door sill plates.
Each vehicle receives a special plaque with the unit’s unique number engraved on it, indicating which of the 500 special edition units it is. The interior is further distinguished by special Midnite Edition carpets.
Three Midnite Edition models are available, each of which is powered by Isuzu’s proven 3.0-litre D-TEQ diesel engine with 130kW and 380Nm on tap and the choice of a five-speed manual or five-speed automatic transmission with a 4x2 drivetrain, or 4x4 with a manual gearbox only.
The Midnite Edition comes with a five-year/120 000km warranty and a five-year/90 000km service plan. The new model will be available in September with pricing to follow