It seems a 6×6 renaissance coming, and Classic Overland may have just crafted the Mona Lisa.
While Apocalypse Manufacturing and Hennessey Performance modify modern 4x4s to take a third axle, the restomodders at Classic Overland dug up one of the few Land Rover Defenders specced with six wheels from the factory at a South African fire station.
Package delivery outfit UPS just announced a partnership with U.K.-based technology company Arrival to develop a “pilot fleet” of 35 electric trucks that look like they’re straight out of a Pixar movie. Continue reading UPS UNVEILS DELIVERY TRUCK OF THE FUTURE, WILL STILL ARRIVE WHEN YOU’RE NOT HOME →
Before the new Ford Ranger mid-size pickup has even arrived in the U.S., Ford has unveiled a high-performance desert-shredding Raptor version that’s poised to challenge the Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 that we found so impressive in off-road testing. What’s different about the hot-rod Raptor compared to the regular Ranger? Almost everything.
Continue reading FORD JUST UNLEASHED THE RANGER RAPTOR, A DIESEL-POWERED, OFF-ROADING BEAST →
The anxiously-awaited Mercedes-Benz X-Class is here at last, and these new photos are even more evidence that it’ll be be the most high-end pickup on the market.
Continue reading THE MERCEDES-BENZ X-CLASS PICKUP →
We all love trucks, but we love them that much more when they’ve been properly upgraded and modified to truly unstoppable status. If there is a bit of bling or blacked-out badness thrown in, so much the better.
Continue reading 10 BADASS CUSTOM TRUCKS →
The arrival of the all-new aluminum-body Jeep Wrangler (code named “JL”) is creeping closer, and with it, the arrival of the hotly anticipated pickup-bodied version, which will apparently be available in both two- and four-door versions, just like the SUV.
Continue reading HERE’S A FIRST LOOK AT WHAT THE NEW JEEP WRANGLER PICKUP MIGHT LOOK LIKE →
A truck is a means to get cargo from point A to point B. A truck is a home, a job, a frequent guest in small towns that straddle highways, a way of life, and the beating heart of several supporting industries, all designed to keep the truck and its human pilot running. A truck is expenses, a breakable machine controlled by a fallible human, subject to labor laws and rules about interstate commerce. A truck is all of those things, and it may soon be a robot, too.
Continue reading UBER FREIGHT GOES AFTER THE TRUCKING BUSINESS →