Like it has in the past, Volkswagen has teased a new pickup model that won't make it to the United States. Instead, it is slated for Latin America to start and its markets may be expanded in the future. Meantime, VW could produce another pickup, based on the Atlas Tanoak, but that is still sometime downstream.
The Los Angeles Auto Show issued a press release this morning and in it, the organizers announced that the long-awaited Jeep Wrangler pickup will debut in California, ending speculation as to when the trail rated truck will finally meet the world.
Ford Motor Company has claimed three of the four awards given out by the organizers of the SEMA Show in Las Vegas for 2018, with the F-Series, Mustang and Focus being the most popular model in the truck, car and sport compact segments.
Tesla always seems to have side distractions they can never shake off, mostly originating from their mercurial CEO. But with both record profits and productivity, Tesla mustn’t destroy momentum to seize the moment and not be distracted by FBI investigations or stock fluctuations. They have four upcoming vehicles that will help them corner the electric car market at least for a while, and they need to capitalize on that.
Roush has announced the details of their new Nitemare package for the 2018 Ford F-150, featuring a unique look, an adaptive exhaust system and a supercharger that lifts the output to 650 horsepower – all for about $17,000 over the price of buying the truck.
Ken Block has revealed the 1977 Ford F-150 which will play a key role in his next Gymkhana movie, but rather than a big V8, this high performance pickup packs the same V6 engine that motivates the LeMans-winning Ford GT race cars.
The Ram 1500 Rebel is known for its off-road prowess, but with the introduction of the fifth generation models, this is a package that serves as a terrific all-around truck – whether you are driving it to and from the office, towing a trailer or playing in the mud.
In a strategy to keep them viable in what definitely will be an intensely competitive pickup truck market with the addition of several electrics by several makers, Bollinger Motors adds a sole purposed dedicated 1 ton Pickup truck based on its SUT it plans to put into production late next year, early 2020.
A new Ford F-150 Raptor with a combination of 300 horsepower and 550 lb-ft of torque from the 3.0-liter PowerStroke diesel is now available through the Texas-based tuning company and it isn’t as expensive as you might expect.
Shhh. (Whisper). Have you ever seen a Rivian? In a way I hope not. Be careful if you have. At this stage don’t tell anyone. The electric truck startup might have to execute you for being exposed to company secrets moments away from their LA Auto Show reveal!
Bollinger Motors recently made changes to the B1 with their newly added four door sport utility BEV SUT truck variant that gives the truck a roll cage structure with the doors off if the driver wishes to modify. The removable glass panel roof are just some of the unique features the B1 engineers thought out to make design and production of the B1 as simple and easy as possible to get it ready for soon upcoming production.
The 2019 Ford F-150 Raptor comes with a handful of new features, but it also comes with a pretty significant price jump, with the 2019 models starting $2,180 higher than 2018 – while being almost $5,000 more than 2017 pricing.
Last month Tesla CEO Elon Musk said that Tesla pickup truck may come sooner than thought. A week ago GM's Mary Barra hinted at possible electric trucks as well (according to the News Wheel). Here we are taking a look at where electric pickup trucks can possibly be used if they were produced today with rumored capabilities.
The 2019 Ram 2500 Power Wagon continues on with all of the features that make it the most capable heavy duty off-road truck in the US market, but for the new model year, the Mojave Sand package adds a new exterior color and some other standard features.
We learned back in early June that the Ram brand was planning to reenter the mid-sized truck segment and in a new report from Automotive News, this modern-day-Dakota will be built at the same plant as the Jeep Wrangler pickup – suggesting that the two could be closely related.
Ram knows its fan base so when it started producing its latest line of Chassis Cab trucks, they included some agriculture-specific features. Now, you can even order trucks to match your farm equipment.
When the 2019 Ford F-150 Raptor reaches dealers later this year, it will be even more off-road-capable thanks to Trail Control – a new, high-tech system that is literally cruise control for off-roading situations, making covering tricky footing much easier for inexperienced drivers.