The much awaited Mercedes-Benz Pickup Concept will finally be revealed on Oct. 25 in Stockholm, Sweden. The first commercial pickup of the brand based on the Nissan Navara seems to look like a sports car in the latest teaser trailer revealed by Mercedes.
The new Mercedes-Benz pickup truck will be known tomorrow. Meanwhile, the three-pointed star continues to prepare the ground for the big debut of this model. After the first sketches have been revealed and spy photos flood the internet, the German manufacturer leaves a trailer video showing where certain parts of the new Mercedes-Benz pickup and it is looking like a pickup sports car, according to Jalopnik.
There's no official confirmation of its final name yet and it only goes as the Mercedes-Benz Pickup Concept but rumors are saying it will be called Mercedes Class X or Mercedes Class GLT.
A PickUp That Impress
As it is known, the new model Mercedes are developed by the division Mercedes-Vans which handles mainly focused vehicles for professionals. It makes sense since these trucks can be used for recreational purpose but its main task is to join people for their hard working days and make comfortable off road access, according to Carwale.
Although builds on the successful pickup of its partner Nissan, the Nissan Navara, Mercedes-Vans has taken very seriously its new model so all the vehicle will respond to all the demands of their clientele who are used to the quality of Mercedes. Materials, refinement and even the dynamism of a Mercedes make this truck proud look like a great three-pointed star.
The teaser trailer below lets people sees that it has its own sporty and elegant design of the Mercedes range. Sharp front optics, large air intakes in the front bumper that seem borrowed from models Mercedes-AMG, sports broadcasters, and large wheels styling. Inside the cabin, we find the balance between sportiness and comfort of Mercedes with cutting the multimedia system with great options for connectivity.
Its engine offering will consist of thrusters four and six cylinders, with the possibility of integrating a top end without being a Mercedes-AMG. It will feature the known wheel drive 4MATIC that the rest of its brothers in the range are associated with.
Watch the teaser trailer here: