Enticed by potentially huge savings, automakers and truck manufacturers are developing technology that launches "over-the-air” software updates and digital repairs.
Daimler Vans will replace the Takata airbags in more than 43,000 Freightliner and Dodge Sprinters made between 2007 and 2009.
Photographers recently spotted the Ford Ranger Raptor, the future truck’s off-road variant, undergoing testing with a diesel engine under the hood.
Increased EPA ratings give the 2018 Ford F-150 eco-friendly bragging rights over its Chevrolet and Ram competitors.
Mercedes-Benz is launching the X-Class to capitalize on a growing trucks market, but don’t expect sales in the pickup-hungry U.S. anytime soon.
Ford is testing a single cab configuration of its revived Ranger, suggesting the automaker will target commercial fleet sales for the mid-size pickup truck.
Photographers captured the upcoming Jeep Wrangler with LED accent lights atop aggressively styled front fenders—a unique design cue sure to feature on the first-ever Wrangler pickup truck, too.
Ford introduced the Model-TT 100 years ago, launching the pickup truck market that now includes the most popular vehicles in America.