Future Pickup Trucks 2018-2019:
The pickup truck segment is also set to witness the launch of several new models in next few years. The 2018 Jeep Wrangler Pickup Truck is one candidate. It is meant to take on the rivals from stables of Toyota and Ford. The test vehicle has already been photographed and images reveal a large sized pickup truck with decent bed size. The grille design is enticing and aerodynamic changes would be evident in the design.
The 2018 Ford Ranger is going to get some changes from existing model but design cues would be same. It has not been sold in the USA since 2012 and the new model will have a revamped infotainment setup. The powertrain choices would be wide and new EcoBoost class of engines may be used in it. A diesel engine would also be there. It will be pitted against contenders like Chevy Colorado and Toyota Tacoma.
The 2018 Toyota Tundra is another truck that is eagerly awaited. Buzz of its being previewed at the 2017 Chicago Auto Show is getting stronger. It is not likely that Toyota will go for an aluminum-based chassis but the engines may be tweaked to get better mileage. The TRD Pro option package may be retained to compete with the likes of Ram 1500 Rebel.
The Chevy Silverado is one of the most popular pickup trucks in the market and the 2019 version will sport some major changes. The major design cues will be retained but industry buzz is that GM will use a lot of aluminum in this truck. Some changes in the powertrain are also expected. Of course, the infotainment system is going to receive a boost. The upcoming 2019 Chevrolet Silverado is something that pickup truck lovers eagerly await.
Ram is also revamping its pickup truck line up and the 2019 Ram 1500 would be a promising contender. Several reports have appeared about the popular truck online. It will get a body built mostly of steel and not aluminum. The grille is going to be revamped and LED lamps will be present too. A mega cab setup will also be offered for buyers of 2019 Ram 1500. It will have a spruced up tailgate. It is aimed at users seeking extra room in the cabin.