At the Detroit Auto Show held this month, four of the major players in the North American pickup market unveiled the latest iterations of some of their flagship models, while others pulled the curtain back on specialty pickups.
CCJ sister site Hard Working Trucks covered the introduction of each when they happened earlier this month. Below are photos of each of the new pickups — Click the photo or the links below the photos to read more on each truck or see more photos on HWT.
2016 Nissan Titan XD: Nissan’s flagship full-size pickup has an all-new design and is built to offer the towing capacity of larger vehicles for the price and fuel efficiency of pickup. It’s powered by a 310-hp Cummins.[/gttable]
Ford F-150 Raptor: Ford’s off-road pickup has a bevy of new features to make both on- and off-road driving more efficient, and like the 2016 version of its on-road counterpart, the standard F-150, the Raptor edition’s body is made of military-grade aluminum alloy that saves about 500 pounds of weight.[/gttable]
Ram 1500 Rebel: Also designed for more off-road purposes, the new Ram Rebel offers unique stylings that depart from some of the company’s traditional looks.[/gttable]