Employees from Hunt Forest Group, an Isuzu dealership within the South of England, will embark on an Icelandic expedition to exhibit the functionality of the model’s flagship Arctic Vans AT35 mannequin.
The staff will cowl 5,000 miles through the journey, which can see them journey from England to Calais, then to the highest of Denmark the place they are going to board a longship and sail to Iceland.
Main the journey will likely be Gareth Thomas, Hunt Forest Group’s Isuzu and Arctic Vans gross sales supervisor, who will set off within the demonstrator car on Thursday, March 16, arriving in Iceland on Tuesday, March 21.
Thomas stated:“It’s going to be an epic highway and an actual likelihood for us to showcase the AT35 in its pure atmosphere. The AT35 is designed to be comfy and intensely succesful each on & off-road so the journey is the perfect path to discover each. It’s taken months of cautious planning to get the undertaking off the bottom and it’s thrilling to be about begin the journey! I hope it conjures up prospects and future house owners to get on the market and revel in their very own adventures.”
The Isuzu D-Max Arctic Vans AT35 is a professionally re-engineered car that comes with vital enhancements to the physique, body, drivetrain, suspension, wheels and tyres, while retaining Isuzu’s five-year/125,000-mile guarantee.
The aim of the journey is to know, check, and consider the Isuzu D-Max Arctic Vans AT35 mannequin, with the staff even taking a go to to the Arctic Vans workshop to additional comprehend the method behind creating an AT35 mannequin. Through the expedition, Hunt Forest Group may even be selling the journey on a number of social media channels, whereas additionally working social media competitions and sharing video content material to achieve publicity for the marketing campaign.
Isuzu UK has surpassed the 50,000-registration milestone with the Isuzu D-Max. The Japanese model – imported to the UK by Subaru and GWM Ora importer the IM Group – has reached the registrations milestone over 10 years after the D-Max changed its outgoing Rodeo mannequin in April, 2012.
In 2022, Isuzu UK introduced six new variants for the D-Max line-up and launched the halo mannequin for the model, the Isuzu D-Max Arctic Vans AT35.
The model appointed 13 retailers as authorised Max Arctic Vans AT35 sellers final summer time.