Since 1916, the ISUZU brand has been indelibly linked to passion, precision and performance. Here is our legendary lineup through the decades.
Tokyo Ishikawajima Shipbuilding and Engineering Co. Ltd. and Tokyo Gas and Electric Industrial Co. initiated plans to build automobiles.
Tokyo Ishikawajima Shipbuilding and Engineering Co. Ltd. completed the first domestically produced Woleseley, model A-9.
Developed the “Sumida” CL model, which offered excellent power and efficient fuel consumption.
The truck, manufactured up to Ministry of Trade and Industry standards was named “Isuzu”.
Developed Japan’s first air-cooled diesel engines, the DA6 and the DA4.
Tokyo Automobile Industries Co. Ltd., the predecessor of Isuzu Motors Ltd. was established with a capital of one million yen.
TL 2-ton payload compact truck, ELF was unveiled.
Unveiled the TK model 1.75-ton payload compact truck, ELFIN.
Unveiled the KR compact truck, WASP.
Released the KB 1-ton payload compact truck, FASTER. Begins exporting KP trucks to the United States.
Launched the 1-ton four-wheel drive truck, FASTER - RODEO.
Introduced the compact four-wheel drive vehicle, RODEO BIGHORN.
A new type of recreational vehicle, the MU, was introduced in Japan and the United States.
Launched MU-WIZARD, a sports-utility vehicle in Japan and the United States.
VehiCROSS, an all-round sports-utility vehicle, was introduced in Japan.
Isuzu Pickup underwent a complete makeover in Thailand and became the D-Max, through the collaborative efforts of Isuzu and General Motors.
Launched its SUV MU-7 in India.
Isuzu D-Max SPACE CAB and SINGLE CAB Flat Deck were launched in India.
Launched Isuzu D-Max V-Cross, India’s first Adventure Utility Vehicle.
Isuzu Motors India manufacturing plant at Sri City, Andhra Pradesh, was inaugurated.
Launched Made in India ISUZU D-MAX Regular Cab
Launched Made in India ISUZU D-MAX S-CAB
Launched ISUZU mu-X, the All Muscle All Heart SUV.
Launched 2018 V-Cross. A Breed Apart
Launched 2018 mu-X, More Muscle More Heart SUV
Launched 2019 V-Cross