New reports suggest that economic conditions are ripe for light trucks and SUVs to continue to dominate the automotive landscape.
With colossal turbo-diesel engines and titanic torque ratings, today’s full-size heavy-duty pickups from Ford, Nissan, Ram and General Motors are in an all-out battle for towing supremacy.
Chevrolet wants to tap into the high-performance SUV market by introducing high-powered Rally Sport Truck versions of its Tahoe and Suburban utility vehicles.
A $4-million partnership between General Motors and the U.S. Army will use a modified Colorado ZH2 truck to test whether hydrogen fuel cell technology is ready for the combat zone.
Chevrolet will partner with Navistar to build its all-new Class 4/5 commercial truck that will be powered with Duramax engines and Allison transmissions.
Chevrolet is adding a new low cab forward medium-duty commercial truck that will make its debut at the NTEA Work Truck Show next week in Indianapolis.
Whether they hark back to the past or look toward a high-tech future, SUVs and trucks of all shapes and sizes have dominated the stage at NAIAS.
Chevrolet introduced a larger, better equipped Traverse sport-utility vehicle at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit on Monday.
The giant Specialty Equipment Market Association in Las Vegas features the exhibits of more than 2,400 manufacturers of automotive parts and hundreds of concept cars.