Images of the 2024 Isuzu D-Max have been leaked online, revealing the dual-cab ute’s refreshed front and rear end ahead of its official unveiling.
The spy shots were posted to Instagram by Kurdistan Automotive Blog which shows the updated model’s sharper front fascia, featuring a new grille and lower front bumper design while being joined by a set of restyled headlights.
Another angle of the D-Max’s rear tray shows that the taillights have also been redesigned for the new model year.
We gather that the ute is already in production considering the leaked images show multiple examples finished in different colours and covered in protective film.
Also shown is a variety of trim variants, with the orange vehicle understood to be the top-of-the-range X-Terrain as evidenced by its distinctive black wheel arch mouldings.
Nothing can be said about any changes to the interior or what’s under the bonnet. It’s worth noting that the current D-Max features a 3.0-litre turbo diesel making 140kW and 450Nm of torque which was updated a just few years ago so there may not be any major changes here.
While Isuzu has yet to make any official announcement about the refreshed D-Max for 2024, Kurdistan Automotive Blog says the brand will reveal it for the Thai market within the next 24 hours.