Articles about pickup


Pickup Land Rover Discovery, A Beautiful Mexican-British Car

Land Rover has never been famous for making pickup vehicles though there are some pickup versions of the Land Rover Defender, the British automaker is most known for its SUVs

News February 15, 2021

2021 Mazda BT-50, The New Workhorse For Australian Market

Mazda has introduced two new variants for the latest generation BT-50 for Australia called Single Cab Chassis and Freestyle Cab Chassis. Both new workhorses are available in 4×2 or 4×4 configurations and they come standard with a 6-speed automatic transmission

News November 2, 2020

Dacia Duster Pick-Up Is available For $27k In The Romanian Market

Dacia introduced pricing details for the pick-up version of the new Duster for 2021. Dacia Duster Pick-Up is only available in a single cab body and its pricing starts from €22,546 that is equal to $26,775 in the Romanian market

News October 22, 2020

Geely Farizon FX Pricing Accounced, Half Pickup, And Half SUV

Geely recently introduced a new car called Farizon FX based on its own Boyue Pro model. Farizon FX is a very odd and unusual car

News September 26, 2020

Foton Revealed A Chinese Version of Ford F-150

Chinese automaker Foton revealed a new pickup called Da Jiang Jun that looks almost identical to the Ford F-150 Raptor

Article September 22, 2020

An Eye-catching Hyundai Santa Cruz Rendering by KDesign

One of the most successful cars of Hyundai is Tucson. Now Hyundai Motor Group Head of Global Product Management Lorenz Glaab revealed that they are organizing the new Santa Cruz pickup on the same platform of new Tucson

News September 17, 2020

Geely Is Going To Build A Crossover Pickup!

Farizon Auto, a Geelys sub-brand automaker introduced a new segment of cars, as you can see in the picture, a crossover Pickup! This new model is called FX and is designed based on Geely Boyue Pro SUV.

News June 23, 2020

2021 Mazda BT-50 debuted as the first pickup with Kodo design

Mazda revealed the new 2021 BT-50 pickup with a fresh look. The new midsize pickup follows other Mazda products in terms of design which is called Kodo design language.

News June 17, 2020