The automaker opened its first showroom here and has plans to open 60 outlets across India by end of 2015-16, its Deputy Managing Director Shigeru Wakabayashi told a press conference here.
    
It has also launched its sports utility vehicle MU-7 and its range of pick up trucks D-Max in the Rajasthan market.
    
"This dealership marks our entry into the largest state of the country (Rajasthan) which houses many industries including minerals, agriculture and textiles. And our vehicles known for ruggedness, durability and fuel efficiency will definitely appeal to our customers," he said.
    
Isuzu with its plant site in Sri City in Andhra Pradesh, will scale up the production capacity to 1,20,000 units per year by early 2016, with the accumulated investment of Rs 3000 crore, and is expected to generate 2,000-3,000 jobs, Wakabayashi added.
    
Isuzu Motor India plans to achieve 100 per cent localisation within three years of commencing production in 2016, he said.