2007 Isuzu i-370 Off-Road Truck

Two exciting and aggressive Isuzu Pickup project vehicles, both developed by Street Scene Equipment of Costa Mesa, California, will be displayed at this week’s Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show in Las Vegas.

The project vehicles — a 2007 i-290 Extended Cab Sport Truck and a 2007 i-370 4x4 Crew Cab Off-Road Truck — are designed to show consumers how they can customize an Isuzu Pickup with readily available aftermarket equipment.

While the i-290 Sport Truck represents one approach to affordable, available personalization for Isuzu Pickup buyers, the i-370 Off-Road Truck demonstrates that customization can go in a completely different direction.

Beginning with a stock Pacific Blue 2007 Isuzu i-370 4x4 Crew Cab, the Street Scene team raised the truck with a four-inch lift kit from Skyjacker, then added 35-inch BFGoodrich tires outfitted with American Racing wheels that are slick, literally-because they are Teflon coated, the better to wash off the muck from an excursion on a muddy trail.

The Street Scene-supplied signal mirrors, front bumper cover, wiper cowl and roll pan were painted body color by L&G Enterprises. The hyper-aggressive look is enhanced with Street Scene’s Speed Grille inserts, custom hidden hitch, flip-up license plate kit and 6.5-inch driving lights; nerf bars and Dakar light bar from Rampage; custom gold stripes from Ape Graphics; and bedliner and tailgate extender from Isuzu Motors America. Like the i-290, the i-370 Off-Road Truck features a Kinetik battery, Gibson exhaust, and leather seats from Roadwire and Classic Soft Trim.

"This truck," says Spagnola, "demonstrates just how much you can do and how far you can go with an Isuzu Pickup — from hunting, camping and mountain climbing to hitting the dunes and towing your motorcycles. It’s a rugged American look that will appeal to active adults of a wide variety of ages and interests."

Both project trucks are based on popular members of the Isuzu Pickup line, which consists of the two-wheel-drive Extended Cab (available as either an i-290 with 2.9-liter, 185-horsepower four-cylinder engine or as an i-370 with a 242-horse, 3.7-liter inline five) and the five-cylinder i-370 Crew Cab (available in both two- and four-wheel-drive models).


9 comments:

It looks terribly awesome. The wheels are 35” big. Whoops, it seems it was ready to get some mud and dirt on the road. It’ll be great if I’m going to ride this even for a while. 

Wow, the car looks powerful because of its rugged look. Every time I see a big footed truck it makes me think that it is capable of war. HAHA! I also like those wheels. Pretty awesome!

I have to say that the vehicle has an impressive figure performance and I think it would be a reliable vehicle. BTW, it’s a pretty good deal that the this truck has offer a better fuel economy.

The aggressiveness of the off-road vehicle never fades. And I think its tyres is quite powerful. I wonder on what is better the Ford F150 or this vehicle?

I love those wheels! I bet this truck would be a good choice for off road adventure! I’m just wondering on what will be the specific figure performance of this car.

Wow! The look of this truck is more aggressive compare to a jeep and i think its bigger as well! However, the only problem in the vehicle like this is that its gas guzzler.

exciting and aggressive Isuzu Pickup project vehicles, both developed by Street Scene Equipment of Costa Mesa, California, will be displayed at this week’s Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show in Las Vegas.

That definitely is a great way to set up a pick up truck. It looks tough and it looks ready for any adventure. I do hope that it would be available in a lot of market cause it is hard to find a truck that is fit for adventurous travel.

bolder and much tougher than the rodeo, and its headlights are more similar to the GM old model pick up truck.

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