Mercedes-Benz X-Class Concept Truck

Still in the late stages of development, the Mercedes-Benz X-Class Concept Truck will be the Tri-Star's first foray into the pickup market. Officially part of the Mercedes-Benz Vans lineup, this mid-sized pickup will offer all the creature comforts the company is known for in a rugged one-ton body. It will be powered by a six-cylinder engine, with full-time all-wheel drive, and modern safety and driver assistance systems. The concept is currently being shown in two guises — one city-friendly and stylish, one more rugged and geared for the outdoors — although the final lineup has yet to be announced. Oh, and one more thing — although European deliveries are set to start in late 2017, there's no US launch planned just yet.

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