Isuzu Motors was founded in 1916, making it one of Japan’s oldest automobile manufacturers.
Isuzu was the first to start working on industrial diesel engines, starting sales in 1952. Since then, our company has supplied industrial engines for various types of applications, including construction machinery, generators, and even snow vehicles to be used for expeditions in the harsh and precarious conditions of the South Pole, maintaining a strong reputation among industrial machinery manufacturers both in Japan and overseas.
Today, Isuzu produces an extensive line-up of industrial-purpose diesel engines with models ranging from a 4-cylinder 2.2-liter engine to a 6-cylinder 15.7-liter engine.
Through this wide variation, Isuzu contributes power sources to support the lives of local communities throughout the world as a leading manufacturer of industrial diesel engines.
TOTAL VOLUME OF DIESEL ENGINES PRODUCED