If you want a presence on the road, drive a Semi but if you want a vehicle with a road presence and also have no problem with the parking lots at your local Walmart, then perhaps a pickup truck would be the way to go. Well, not just any old pickup truck, though. It will …
If you love resto-mod, you’ll dig what Banks Power has done with this 66’ Chevy pickup truck. With this resto-mod, Banks Power packs the company’s most powerful engine to date inside a one-of-a-kind rusty ’66 pickup to result in the 1966 Chevy “LokJaw”.
Ford has unleashed its pent-up frustration of not attending any major American auto show in 18 months with a host of must-see/experience things and events at the Chicago Auto Show.
Some folks gave the Jeep Gladiator over-the-top power. Some made it look very angry. Meanwhile, Mopar and Jeep Performance Parts made the 2020 Jeep Gladiator fit for hardcore mountain bike enthusiasts with the Mopar Jeep Gladiator Top Dog Concept Truck.
Tesla Cybertruck. Possibly the most successful truck in the automobile industry’s history that has yet to see a production model. It has been parodied, replicated, and even have official toys and unofficial scale models. And now there’s even a monster truck version.
When you see a 0-60 sprint of 3.45 seconds. You probably imagine a sleek, slow-slung, exotic supercar, or a Tesla. You are not wrong, but the automobile that makes that blistering 3.45 seconds here is a pickup truck.
Not going to lie. I was initially drawn to the story about how this beautiful 1941 Dodge Power Wagon features hidden compartments for handguns. I was curious. Why don’t just stash the handguns in the glove compartment? That’s assuming it is totally legal to do so in where this truck once lives.
I guarantee this will be the craziest thing you will see all day. What you see here is Thor 24, a big rig truck with impossible levels of customization/modifications. It looks like Optimus Prime on acid. Shit lot of acid.
Every year when SEMA Show comes around, Mopar is eager to show off some pretty amazing concepts. This year is no different. The Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’ parts division is bringing two customized concept trucks, along with 14 different customized vehicles which trade visitors will be able ogle at its 15,000-square-foot booth.
Texas tuner Hennessey Performance has taken the 2020 Jeep Gladiator, tuned it and calls it Maximus 1000 which it proclaims as “the ultimate Jeep Gladiator.” And why shouldn’t it be “the ultimate gladiator” when it now has a very angry 6.2L supercharged V8 Hellcat motor under the hood that discharges an insane 1,000 horsepower and …