Mercedes-Benz has been confirmed that it is a new sleek pickup truck concept and a teaser video was released by Mercedes recently that it will take place in Stockholm, Sweden, on 25th October. It has also been said that the new 4x4 pickup truck, would adopt a shape similar to that of the Nissan Navara, rumors are rounding up it could be an X-class or GLT name.
It has also been said that the vehicle would adopt a shape similar to that of the Nissan Navara. Mercedes-Benz is prepped and ready to reveal the mid-size pickup truck which it's developing on the rugged body-on-frame platform that debuted in 2014 in the Nissan NP300 Navara and since made its way into the Renault Alaskan, according to Motor Authority.
However plenty of speculation around the X-Class and GLT name, Though its primary use as a commercial vehicle (rather than an SUV), X-Class is a strong contestant. The teaser image shows that the Mercedes pickup truck will be created with 4 doors, at least during the initial phase. It includes the traditional proportions of pickup trucks and a sharp lip spoiler as well.
The sharp lip spoiler is extended over the tailgate. It is already anticipated that the vehicle is going to be based on the similar framework as Nisan Navara. It is expected that the model would be fitted with the same engine options. These include a V6 unit with 3.0-liter diesel and 2.3-liter diesel.
Based on recent spy shots and videos, it seems apparent that the model will also have a familiar Mercedes-Benz front fascia with headlights similar to those of the brand's ever-growing SUV range, reported by Car Scoops.
The primary target markets for the truck are Europe, Australia, South Africa and Latin America as Mercedes-Benz previously stated. Mercedez-Benz has always been innovative and outstanding, so their new pickup truck concept is expected to be fairly excellent and promising.
You can watch the video below for more details. As Mercedes-Benz will reveal its new concept pickup truck real soon, so stay tuned.
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