Tag Archives: Trucks

Japan’s Red Ladybug Is The Answer To Places Isolated By Natural Disasters

This is Red Ladybug Off-road Fire Truck from Japan’s Morita Group. When it comes to emergency response, no one knows it better than the Japanese. Thus, you can trust Japanese designers to come solutions that will enable first responders to respond the inevitable efficiently. The Red Ladybug is one such solutions. Designed as a multi-purpose first responder vehicle for disasters like earthquake, typhoon, landslide and more, Red Ladybug is highly maneuverable through unforgiving conditions, so that first responders could lend help to places isolated by natural disasters. Continue reading Japan’s Red Ladybug Is The Answer To Places Isolated By Natural Disasters

Here’s A Look At A Safer, Next-Generation Humvee From AM General

34 years old. That’s how old the iconic Humvee is today. If the conflicts over the decades have proven anything, it has proven the vulnerability of this rugged-looking light military transport. The U.S. Department of Defense knew very well and have had asked for an answer. The result was the Oshkosh Defense’s Joint Light Tactical Vehicle, or JLTV. Continue reading Here’s A Look At A Safer, Next-Generation Humvee From AM General

Nissan’s ‘Smokin’ TITAN’ Is Literally A Smoking Pickup Truck

If you love a good tailgating party and BBQ, and also have a thing for pickup trucks, then I am pretty damn sure you are going to dig the Nissan ‘Smokin’ TITAN’ Pickup Truck as much as I do. Unveiled at last month at the 2018 Work Truck Show, this specially modified 2018 Nissan TITAN XD Gas King Cab features a fully-integrated in-truck-bed smoker and a mobile kitchen, complete with a self-contained sink and water system, stove and spice rack. Continue reading Nissan’s ‘Smokin’ TITAN’ Is Literally A Smoking Pickup Truck

Elon Musk Confirms A Tesla Pickup Truck Is In The Pipeline… After Model Y

If you can recall, during the Tesla Semi unveiling event, Tesla also made a surprise (or maybe not…) announcement of the second-generation Tesla Roadster and more crucially, tease something that sets the heart of fans of Tesla and pickup enthusiasts’ heart fluttering. It was a pickup truck. A supersize one, to be exact, shown in a render that had a bed huge enough to swallow a F-150 Supercrew almost whole. Wait. That’s no pickup truck. It’s a truck and if the render was a projection of Elon Musk’s mind, then that thing there is probably of a Unimog class truck. Continue reading Elon Musk Confirms A Tesla Pickup Truck Is In The Pipeline… After Model Y

Hennessey Performance 600+ HP 6×6 Ford VelociRaptor Is Finally Available

Fans of Ford trucks who have been drooling over the 6×6 examples from Brabus, Mercedes-Benz, and Toyota, we have an awesome news for you. American tuner, Hennessey Performance has finally made the custom stretched version of the Ford F-150 Raptor, AKA VelociRaptor 6×6 Pickup Truck, available. Yup. You can stop drooling already and have your very own 6×6 with the good’ol American spirit. Like any vehicle that gets the Hennessey Performance’s magic touch, the VelociRaptor not only gets an extra axle, but it also pick up some go-fast bits too. Continue reading Hennessey Performance 600+ HP 6×6 Ford VelociRaptor Is Finally Available

What Does The New Tesla Semi Mean For The Future?

The release of Tesla’s answer to trucking, the Tesla Semi, may not be so interesting to the average consumer. We were more blown away by the Tesla Roadster 2.0 with its 1.9s 0-60 time and its incredible top speed. Don’t ignore the Tesla Semi just yet, however, because it is one of the most important milestones that will be remembered for years to come. Continue reading What Does The New Tesla Semi Mean For The Future?

Tesla’s Electric Cargo Hauling Truck Has A Supercar Drag Coefficient

So, here it is. The much anticipated Tesla’s answer to trucking, the Tesla Semi, is finally revealed. I am not going to lie. I have not love a semi this much until now. Now, I am not a Tesla fanboy, btw, but this thing here is super sleek and the technology it has to offer would be the yardstick of the future of semis. While aesthetically fabulous, it is, however, secondary. What’s impressive here is what it can really do. For starter, it is faster than your average car, making 0-60 in 5 seconds without a trailer and way, way quicker than any diesel-powered semi. Continue reading Tesla’s Electric Cargo Hauling Truck Has A Supercar Drag Coefficient

GM’s SURUS Platform Is The Future Of Trucks With Autonomous Capabilities

No. The thing you see up there is not a glorified, oversized electric skateboard. Though it might very well be if there are giants that live among us. It is a thing called SURUS, the abbreviation for Silent Utility Rover Universal Superstructure, developed by General Motors. It is the next-generation of mobility leveraging on flexible fuel cell electric platform which, when paired with autonomous capabilities, is GM’s answer to the “toughest transportation challenges” posed by “natural disasters, complex logistics environments and global conflicts.” Continue reading GM’s SURUS Platform Is The Future Of Trucks With Autonomous Capabilities

I Can’t Stop Thinking About Chevy’s Custom 1967 C-10 Pickup Truck

The sleek lines offered on today’s pickup truck are pretty. I am not going to deny it. However, there is this thing found in the pickup trucks from the 60-80s that have me faithfully loving them until today. I love how pickup trucks of those days looked. You know, the straight, flat look with the right amount of chrome on them. They are so clean and yet speaks volume. It is like, there was a lot of things happening on it, but never intrusive or an eyesore. Those are exactly the ‘qualities’ found on the custom 1967 C-10 pickup revealed by Chevrolet at the Texas State Fair. Continue reading I Can’t Stop Thinking About Chevy’s Custom 1967 C-10 Pickup Truck

Cummins’ Concept Electric Semi Makes 100-Mile, Hauls Up To 2 Tons Of Cargo

Electric car, electric bicycle and, to some extend, electric motorcycle are becoming increasing common. However, if the world really wants to get rid of emissions entirely, we will need to address the other prevalent transportation, namely, commercial buses and trucks. Lucky for us, someone is already looking into those, coming up with the idea of battery-powered buses and even one that is powered by human waste (apparently, with none of the smell). As for trucks, there is still no sight of all electric trucks coming our way except for an electric highway to power electric semis that has been undergoing trial in Sweden. But today, that changes when Cummins Inc., the global maker of Diesel engines, unveiled an all-electric powertrain concept truck. Continue reading Cummins’ Concept Electric Semi Makes 100-Mile, Hauls Up To 2 Tons Of Cargo