Isuzu D-Max V-Cross Modified by XS Overland, Calls It XS-09
XS Overland, an independent off-roading specialist has modified the Isuzu D-Max V-Cross Adventure Utility Truck to give it an extra off-roading capabilities. And they call it the V-Cross XS-09.
Isuzu D-Max V-Cross XS-09 by XS Overland. (Image: XS Overland)
Last week we saw a beasty rendition of the popular Toyota Fortuner, modified by an independent customizer. And this time around, we got our hands on yet another brilliant modification by an off-road tuning specialist XS Overland.
But this time, the vehicle is the mighty Isuzu D-Max V-Cross, a lifestyle pickup truck launched not too long ago by Japanese auto major Isuzu. XS Overland has turned the V-Cross to a beast, ready to conquer some of the India’s toughest terrain. And they call it the V-Cross XS-09.
As seen in the images, the modified V-Cross gets a bold Ironman 4×4 front bumper with a metal skid plate, a bullbar that has a Warn winch kit capable of towing 12,000 pounds of weight and KC Hilites fog lamps in the front. It also gets a fully functional snorkel for increased water wading depths.
The XS-09 rides on a massive 33-inch Cooper ST all terrain tyres sitting beneath the modified fenders. The V-Cross also has an increased ground clearance thanks to the Ironman 4×4 1.5-inch lift kit.
Apart from the above mentioned mod-jobs, the V-Cross comes equipped with ARB air differential lockers, rock sliders, more under-body protection, off-road ready rear bumper, spare Cooper ST tyre, traction boards mounted on the roof, and Jerry cans to store additional diesel.
The engine is the same 2.5-litre turbodiesel unit with no tuning.
We recently test drove the Isuzu D-Max V-Cross and came immensely satisfied with its abilities. Giving these modifications to the V-Cross only enhances its capabilities and gives it the much needed power to conquer almost any terrain.
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