With only 180 examples available currently at all authorised Isuzu showroom nationwide, new buyers can opt to have the Stealth "coated" in either Stallion Black Metallic or Silky White Pearl.
The Stealth variant is currently priced on-the-road without SST and insurance from RM125,799 (RM128,176 - Sabah and RM128,220 - Sarawak) and is accompanied by a special seven-year unlimited mileage warranty - compared to the usual five-year or 150,000km coverage.
The limited-edition Stealth uses the range-topping D-Max 1.9L 4x4 AT-Premium variant as its base and is priced similarly at RM115,799.20 (Peninsular Malaysia).
Externally, the Stealth variant replaces its chrome bits for a combination of gloss and matt black parts which include the front grille, headlight garnish, fogs, bumper garnish, roof rails and rear bumper.
Additional fitment includes 18-inch alloy wheels with polished and gloss-black finish, embossed "Stealth" emblem on the front doors, automatic retractable side-steps as well as "Stealth" decals for its flanks and rear assisted tailgate.
Inside, the cabin sports a new dark grey headliner, gloss black trim, chromed air vent knobs and special "Stealth" floor mats while the seats feature a red leather with black-grey fabric netting combination and "Stealth" embroidered backrests.
For added abilities, the Stealth variant now comes with front parking sensors, Around View Monitor with 3D Image Guide as well as front and rear full-HD 140-degree digital video recorders with night vision, motion detector, impact sensor, Wifi and a 32Gb SD card.
Lastly, for those who purchase the limited-edition D-Max Stealth variant during the month of August will be entitled to a free sports bar or opt to purchase a T-Lid cover (worth RM5,500) for only RM2,000 while stocks last.
"Customers can now arrive in distinctive style with the new D-Max Stealth. The Stylish exterior is equally matched by striking interior designs that embolden the vehicle, offering urban drivers an elevated presence on the road," said Isuzu Malaysia chief operating officer Masayuki Suzuki.