The model is offered in four trim levels – base, Eiger, Yukon and Utah, and with three cabin styles – single, double and extended cab. Prices will range from £14,499 to £21,499.
The 2.5-litre, 163hp diesel D-max shown in Geneva is offered with six-speed manual and five-speed auto transmission and with electronic shift in 4×4 mode.
Safety features include six airbags as standard on all models, electronic stability control and traction stability control.
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 later this month.
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.