The Pick-Up of Mercedes may possess aesthetic AMG but not a V6 or V8 in your interior

Pick-Up of Mercedes-Benz it is still a long journey before you see the light in its final form but we are still getting information on how it will be the first pickup of the germans. From Australia the guys from CarAdvice tell us that the new model of Mercedes you will have multiple versions, among which we will find some more focused towards work and others towards the style.

Thus, in a conversation held during the Hall of New York, Ola Källenius, a member of the board of the Group Daimler, declares that the van of Mercedes will have as an option AMG bodystyling Line of dye sports for those who want a vehicle as versatile but very attractive in its passage through the city.

In this sense, Källenius says that the Pick-Up, call allegedly Mercedes GLT, you will have a range similar to that of the Volkswagen Amarok in terms of versions: both for professionals that focus towards hard work as other variants aimed at a more urban-focused in their own ocupantes.

A similar bet as we have seen before in the range of the three-pointed star when they reported the Mercedes V-Class AMG Line. In which case the van-won a attractive and interesting bodystyling both the interior and the exterior more sporty for that win on appeal.

on the other hand despite his appearance, the AMG treatment will not switch from frame aesthetic since none of them will receive in your booster V6 or V8 in its interior. That is to say we will not see any Class V or GLT with the last name 43 AMG or 63 AMG because it’s really these versions just would not make sense commercially speaking.

finally, the executive board of Daimler emphasises that although his truck is based on the Nissan NP300 Navara, the German engineers are working hard to make the feeling of driving your vehicle will be purely that of a Mercedes. In addition, the quality of materials and settings will be that every customer of a Mercedes expect to get so that you don’t notice anything from Nissan in its interior.

there is Still no release date for the Pick-Up of Mercedes but it is expected to give the light a prototype close to production officially in Paris to go to the market before the end of the decade, during the 2019.