Johannesburg - Creativity is vital at any auto show - so is out-of-the-box thinking. Isuzu has plenty of both at the 2013 Jozi motor show to show off its new range of SA-built KB bakkies.The special KB bakkies were on display with various custom options in a trendy, pop-up style of launch event. The display is outdoors near the 4x4 track at Jims with a unique Isuzu container. ECO-FRIENDLYThe container can be packed and closed automatically - an indication of the smart design and engineering employed on the new Isuzu KB. The container is designed as an eco-friendly solution, self-sufficient wtih solar panels for power, audio-visual components and hospitality.Powered by the Isuzu Off-Road Academy, various versions of the KB are available at the 4x4 track for a real off-road passenger-seat test ride which shows how capable the KB's are.Isuzu brand manager Mlungisi Nonkonyana says: “The Isuzu KB has been delivering for Isuzu customers for six generations in South Africa. The current generation is still a formidable competitor with class-leading fuel consumption and a 3.5-ton towing capability for the KB 300 D-teq. The workhorses of the range, the 2.5 low-pressure turbodiesel single-cabs, have the lowest operating costs in their class.“The KB’s performance is the culmination of state-of-the-art design and hours of durability testing and validation. The KB has been developed for the harsh and demanding conditions in Africa. It will soon be exported to left-hand drive markets in sub-Saharan Africa.” ACCESSORY STATIONIsuzu said a personalised Vector Blue Isuzu KB 300 Double Cab LX 4x4 has a number of changes including 17” gunmetal alloy rims, satnav, gunmetal roof rails and a reversing camera. It's in Hall 7.Back at the outdoor stand, four other customised bakkies are on show, each of which has a unique set of changes which contribute to their nature and design. The KB Sumo is also at the outdoor stand and reflects just how creative Isuzu engineers can get – the high-riding and fat-tyred one-off Isuzu KB literally showing off its muscles.The innovative Isuzu Trailview, which has a specialised camera to record off-road driving trails, is also present – the Trailview concept enables 4x4 enthusiasts and owners to go off-road online, previewing various trails around the country and picking up tips and tricks even before their vehicle has been started. Stay with Wheels24 for the 2013 Johannesburg International Motor Show.