• Volkswagen revealed its first-ever Icelandic-spec Amarok conversion. 
  • The one-off Amarok AT35 is being used as a support vehicle in Arctic winter. 
  • The upgrade includes a 25mm front and rear suspension lift. New flared fibre-glass wheel-arches have been trimmed to accommodate the larger wheels and the 315/70R17 all-terrain tyres
  • The 'Expedition' makeover features a portable generator and cappuccino machine. 
  • Next up is the Nissan Navara AT32 which made its debut at in 2018 at the Commercial Vehicle Show in Birmingham, England. 
  • Standard features include a bespoke suspension that increases ride height by 20mm, full protection of key underbody components and larger off-road tyres
  • The 17-inch alloys are designed by Arctic Trucks, while the 32-inch tyres have been selected specifically to improve off-road traction while maintaining excellent on-road performance.  
  • UK consumers really love bakkies tuned by Arctic Trucks, here's an example by Isuzu called the D-Max AT35. 
  • Notable changes include: 35" Nokian Rotiiva AT Tyres, 17" x 10" AT black alloy wheels, Fox Performance Series suspension and flared wheel arch extensions. 
  • The D-Max AT35 also has a refreshed seat trim and updated soft pad designs to the armrests, binnacle and utility box lid. 
  • And finally... the famous Toyota Hilux Artic Truck. 
  • The Hilux was seen by millions of television viewers around the world when former Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson drove to the Magnetic North Pole. 
  • Arctic Trucks began business as part of Toyota Iceland in 1990 and has since built up impressive experience and a worldwide reputation for modifying 4WD vehicles for use in extreme conditions. 
  • Toyota models prepared by the company have supported expeditions to both the North and South poles, outperforming more familiar arctic vehicles such as half-tracks and Snowmobiles.
  • Which Arctic Truck conversion do you like best? The Amarok, Navara, D-Max or Hilux? Let us know via email.