The model is offered in four trim levels – Satellite, Planet, Solar and Quasar and with three cabin styles – single, space and crew cab.

The single cab derivative is available in 4×2 and 4×4 modes while the space and crew cabs are exclusively 4×4.

The single cab comes in Satellite and Planet trims, the space cab with a choice of Satellite or Solar and the crew cab is up for grabs with all four trim levels.

The 2.5-litre, 163hp common-rail diesel D-Max shown in Geneva is offered with six-speed manual and five-speed auto transmission and with electronic shift into 4×4 mode.

Safety features include six airbags as standard on all models, electronic stability control (ESC) and traction stability control (TSC).

Isuzu will unveil its UK-ready  D-Max pick-up, which will replace the Rodeo when it goes on sale in June, at the Commercial Vehicle Show in April.

Content to leave its more glamourous peers, such as Toyota, Mitsubishi, Ford and Volkswagen, to battle it out for the highly-specced leisure end of the pick-up sector, Isuzu will continue to target the customers who need a durable, capable workhorse.

The Rodeo was available with 2.5 and 3.0-litre powertrains with the range priced from £13,995 to £23,495 and Isuzu says it will reveal more details of its successor’s specifications and prices before the show.

UK boss William Brown said: “The D-Max will deliver in every key area that matters to those in farming, construction and other outdoor industries.”

The brand is confident the D-Max will build on the success of the Rodeo, of which 2431 units were shifted in the UK last year (up 11% year-on-year), making it Europe’s biggest market for the first time.