7 more strange and unusual concept pickups
A couple of weeks ago, I told you about 7 interesting concept pickups. There will be 7 more today!
1999 Dodge Power Wagon
Introduced more than 20 years ago, the Dodge Power Wagon concept (this was in 1999) was supposed to use the popularity of the Dodge Ram pickup truck.
It featured a neoclassical design with 35-inch tires and a huge 7.2-litre turbodiesel.
Despite the fact that the concept itself did not receive further development, some of its elements and solutions appeared in 2005 on the serial Ram 2500 Power Wagon.
2019 Neuron T.One
Neuron T.One is an electric pickup truck concept with a modular design.
The company calls it the heavy-duty pickup truck of the future. Its exterior design was clearly inspired by the iconic Airstream brand campers with unpainted stainless steel sides.
If desired, the rear onboard platform can be replaced with something else. For example, on a tipper body or a van.
2001 Nissan Nails
The 2001 Nissan Nails is one of the most extravagant concepts of the 2000s.
Due to its unusual style and special scratch-resistant paint, the pickup turned out to be quite practical. It has front-wheel drive and a low-lying cargo platform floor.
It could be a stylish and practical vehicle for small shop owners.
2006 Dodge Rampage
The 2006 Dodge Rampage Concept is a cross between a pickup truck and a minivan.
The Rampage takes its name from an unusual production coupe pickup truck from the 80s.
The concept is equipped with only front-wheel drive, sliding doors and Stow-n-Go seats. Under the hood is a 5.7-liter Hemi V8 engine.
2020 Hennessey Maximus Jeep Gladiator
Powerful Hennessey Maximus Jeep Gladiator with Hellcat engine develops 1000 horsepower and 1260 Nm of torque.
But power is not the most important thing. The concept received a number of features that allow it to be quite good off-road.
Among them are front and rear differential locks, King lifted suspension and other axles.
2008 Toyota A-BAT
The 2008 Toyota A-BAT concept has a one-piece body without a separate cargo platform.
Under the hood is a hybrid powertrain Hybrid Synergy Drive, which receives energy from solar panels installed on the roof.
The salon is designed for four passengers and is made in a modern style.
2012 Jeep Mighty FC
The 2012 Jeep Mighty FC concept was shown long before the 2020 Gladiator hit the market.
It was based on the Wrangler but took the styling of the Jeep Forward Control cabover truck.
The chassis is mounted on Mopar portal axles, which gives the Mighty FC an impressive appearance and huge ground clearance.