Mercedes-Benz Pickup Truck Concept Will Be Revealed On 25 October

Posted: Oct 21 2016, 10:56am CDT | by , in Cars & Vehicles


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Mercedes-Benz Pickup Truck Concept will be Revealed on 25 October
  • Mercedes-Benz Pick-Up Truck to be Revealed Soon in concept form

The release date of Pick-up truck by Mercedes-Benz is confirmed.

Mercedes-Benz’s pick-up truck is going to be released in the concept form on 25th October. The unveiling will be held in Sweden in the concept form of the truck.

Mercedes has provided a link of YouTube on the official website where all the enthusiasts will be able to see the live screening of the unveiling.

The link shows an image which is showing an outline of the truck which is imprinted in a paved and wooden background. This might be a hint towards the different kinds of powertrains offered by the company for this truck.

Mercedes-Benz has estimated that the pickup market will be promising for the company. Which has led them to launch their first ever truck. This is the reason that many other companies are going to work on their first trucks as well.

The first ever pick-up truck by Mercedes-Benz will be built at its Spanish and Argentine plans, according to AutoCar. These plants are owned for Daimler and Renault-Nissan Alliance.

At the recent Paris Motor Show, the CEO of Alliance, Carlos Ghosn said that the partnership between Alliance and Daimler has evolved in a mature one.

This will lead on to products that will shared by both in cost and development departments. The vehicles produced by these two will be top notch, having latest technology and will be available ta competitive prices for the customers.

Mercedes is looking forward to build its pick-up trucks on its own module of suspension settings with wide variety of engine types. They will also offer multiple terrains for the truck.

The earlier spy shots of the truck which was in development showed to be wider and lowered down as compared to Nissan and Renault ones prepared by the company.

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