Isuzu Motors Thailand is going to spend 7.3 billion baht for a new facility to produce the new D-Max pick-ups. This will be at Chachoengsao and the output will be 90,000 vehicles a year, adding to the almost 300,000 production from their other plant at Samrong (Samut Prakarn).
Tri Petch Isuzu, the marketing arm says that 40 percent of the production will go for export, mainly to the Middle East and Europe. The remainder will be for local sales, and the new D-Max range will cost between 465,000 and 994,000 baht.
The new D-Max range is scheduled to be released this month.