Advantages of Driving a Truck
Pick-up trucks are great to drive in terms of safety, stability and usage. (Photo Credits)
Pick-up trucks are really useful and beneficial. It is not just the stability and size, but also the safety it provides for its passengers. More and more pick-ups are being launched today, and one pick up truck caught the attention of UK-Based website The Daily Mail. The Daily Mail specifically featured a newly patented self-driving pick-up truck aimed at helping out grocery shoppers load the items that they bought.
“Customers would receive a notification when the truck is about to arrive and if t is late, the truck will also let them know via text. Google has also suggested that customers could pay for their packages when they receive them, turning the self-driving trucks into a vending machine on wheels. Some aren’t too surprised to hear the news about self-driving delivery trucks, as Google has been working on its own self-driving car since 2009 that should on the market by 2020.”
Check out the self-driving truck here.
High-End Pick-Up Truck
The Verge meantime featured Mercedes Benz’s up and coming pick-up truck.
“As a decidedly premium vehicle, the X-Class might look unusual to US consumers, but Mercedes-Benz is banking on the expanding popularity of the pick-up truck sector to drive sales. The company says truck drivers aren’t just looking for a mechanical workhorse anymore; they want a vehicle that can do duty for both ‘private and commercial use,’ bridging the gap between urban and city use.”
Take a look at it here.
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Electrek.co meantime shed the spot light on Tesla’s all-terrain vehicle saying it could lead the company into manufacturing a one-of-a-kind pick-up truck.
“In my opinion, the concept is brilliant and the sketches are quite beautiful. McGinnity listed some ambitious specs with the design. He envisioned ~220 miles of range on a 70 kWh battery pack with dual motors, a top speed of 120 mph and an acceleration from 0 to 60 mph in just 4 seconds. But even more ambitious is the price tag: ~$36,000. He also developed an interesting concept for a removable 10 kWh battery pack to act as a range extender.”
Check out the images here.
Pick-up trucks can indeed be one of a kind.