Built as an “exclusive and premium pick-up with a striking presence,” the Safir boasts a whole range of visual improvements meant to make customers dream of owning one.
The Sapphire paint is contrasted on the outside by silver sprayed on the rear sports bar, roller cover and under guard. Massive-looking but conventionally-sized 17” x 10” AT alloy wheels with a diamond-cut finish link the blue spec to the ground.
The color seen on the outside continues at the interior, where the leather seats come with sapphire blue overstitching. A D-shaped steering wheel replaces the conventional one, and a wireless charger has been fitted in the top glove box.
Technically, there were no modifications made to the truck, as it is powered by the same turbodiesel engine that develops 164 PS and 360 Nm of torque.
“Safir is an exclusive and premium pick-up with a striking presence. The new Safir builds on the prowess of the Isuzu D-Max Arctic Trucks AT35 and takes it to another level,” bluntly states the carmaker’s managing director, William Brown.
The Isuzu D-Max Safir will be made available for the British customers, but only a very limited number will be produced: ten. Isuzu plans to sell each of the ten for GBP 45,000.