We heard the 1987 Freightliner Cabover you see here was the truck used as Optimus Prime in the last scene of 2018 Bumblebee movie. Here’s the thing. We has no way of verifying the legitimacy of the claim. However, if it is true, then this is a legit real-life Optimus Prime, albeit one that does …
This one goes to all to fans of military vehicle. What you see here is a one-of-the-kind Rapid Intervention Vehicle (R.I.V.) from UK’s off-road and rally car maker, Bowler, and it is now on the block.
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.
Not every electric head who loves the Hummer can afford to pony up the kind of money like Arnie to turn a gas-powered Hummer into an EV. Thankfully, you don’t need to go through the hassle of electric conversion because, there’s the 2022 GMC Hummer EV.
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.
The primary job of a pickup truck is hauling things around i.e. a workhorse. Like, why else would it have truck bed and it is called a TRUCK? But apparently, RAM Trucks have other idea with its 2021 RAM 1500 TRX Truck.
Soon, folks in Europe will be able to get behind the wheel of a Volkswagen Bus-inspired EV that may is be better than what VW has to offer. Coming from a Germany electric mobility company, ElectricBrands, is the eBussy.
The guy who dreamed up the Tesla Roaster BTTF Time Machine mash up is back with another crazy concept. This time, it is the Tesla Cybertruck that have gotten reimagined as a moon rover. I know right. It is totally fitting for a vehicle that already look pretty out-of-this-world (pun not intended).
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.