The CV Show is one of the most important dates in the motoring calendar for manufacturers of all things truck, van and lorry. There are always plenty of new machines unveiled at the annual event, which takes place at the NEC in Birmingham, so we made the trip down to have a glimpse of what's coming soon in the world of commercial vehicles.

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Our first stop was at the Isuzu stand to have a look at the behemoth pickup that is the D-Max Arctic Trucks Stealth.

Isuzu D-Max Arctic Trucks Stealth

Next the Nissan Navara OFF-ROADER AT32, another Arctic Trucks tuned vehicle, caught our eye. This souped up pickup is the most capable Navara ever.

Nissan Navara

Another tweaked truck on show was the Mitsubishi L200 Barbarian SVP II, only 250 of this exclusive new vehicle will be produced.

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Another new Mitsi on show was the Shogun Sport Commercial, this UK exclusive model features a specialised specification ideal for business users.

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The future of haulage is always a common theme of the CV Show, and there were electric vehicles everywhere like Renault's all electric Master Z.E.

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Nissan's electric new van e-NV200 was also on show with it's futuristic bespoke built interior.

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Arguably the star of the show was Ford's new Fiesta based panel van, which was drawing crowds throughout the day.

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And finally, it might not techinically be a commercial vehicle exactly, buteveryone oves a Lambo right?

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