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Ford Breaks Ground on New Electric F-150 Plant: Production To Start In 2022
At a ceremony today celebrating the start of production of the new 2021 F-150 pickup, Ford also confirmed construction of the new Rouge Electric Vehicle Center. The Rouge Electric Vehicle Center will be built alongside the Dearborn Truck Plant at the historic Rouge Center. Once complete, the new facility will add about 300 jobs that
Jason GondermanSep 17, 2020

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Chevy Introduces New Multi-Flex Tailgate For 2021 Silverado
When GMC introduced the all-new 2019 Sierra 1500, one of the coolest features was the revolutionary MultiPro tailgate. Available across the lineup, and standard on higher trims, this new gate featured the ability to flip and fold into six (unofficially seven) different configurations to meet the changing needs of pickup owners. A year later, for
Jason GondermanSep 16, 2020
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Diesel Pickup Sets World Record at Pike’s Peak: Episode 139 of The Truck Show Podcast
On This Week’s Truck Show Podcast: Diesel Pickup Sets World Record Jeep Wrangler 392 Concept Daytona Truck Meet 2020 Scott Birdsall and Old Smokey, his Cummins-powered 1949 Ford F1 diesel pickup race truck, smash the Pike’s Peak diesel record, but not without some help from the Cummins Fairy. Holman drives Jeep’s Wrangler 392 concept and Lightning
Monica GondermanSep 16, 2020
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Ford Teases Flying 2021 Bronco… Is This The “Warthog”?
When Ford finally unveiled the all-new 2021 Bronco the internet lost its collective mind. The new off-roader paid homage to the classic while providing nearly everything the wheeling public wanted in a dirt-centric SUV. However, rumors still persist that there is to be an even more capable Bronco in the lineup. A Bronco that’s geared
Jason GondermanSep 15, 2020
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2021 Dodge Charger and Durango Pursuit Cop Cars Are Ready to Patrol
You’re probably not in the market for a pursuit vehicle/cop car, and the closest we at MotorTrend will get to one (hopefully) is a week behind the wheel—which, to be fair, is pretty dang sweet. But for most drivers, there’s still something awesomely intriguing about police vehicles—they’re like forbidden fruit most people will never taste. But we
Monica GondermanSep 15, 2020
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2021 Ford Ranger Tremor: First Look
It was just a few months ago that we were reporting on Ford’s new Ford Performance accessory packages for the 2019 and 2020 Ranger. These packs brought with them bigger tires, unique wheels, Fox shocks, and more. Offered in three different levels, these packs range from mild to pretty darn wild. And, at the end
Jason GondermanSep 14, 2020
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2021 Land Rover Defender 90 Available Now
We were beyond excited for the return of the legendary Land Rover Defender for the 2020 model year. At launch, Land Rover offered the much anticipated four-door Defender 110 model. However, the company had said that a smaller two-door Defender 90 was on the way. Well, we now know what “on the way” meant as
Jason GondermanSep 11, 2020
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What It’s Like to Run Your Own Shop: Episode 138 of The Truck Show Podcast
On This Week’s Truck Show Podcast: Kory Willis, owner of Power Performance Enterprises, Inc. (PPEI) Sean Ramáge, owner of Empire Fabrication Kory Willis proves that getting knocked down doesn’t mean you are knocked out. He shares the latest news on his battle with the EPA and how the destruction caused by hurricane Laura might have
Monica GondermanSep 11, 2020
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General Motors Pours $2 Billion Into Fuel-Cell-Pickupstart Nikola
Nikola’s wildly ambitious plans to enter the fuel-cell heavy truck and battery EV/FCEV pickup-truck businesses just took a giant step toward viability with today’s announcement that it’s partnering with General Motors. The upstart automaker will utilize GM’s Ultium battery technology and its Hydrotec fuel cell technology, which has been developed and will be manufactured in
Frank MarkusSep 9, 2020
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King of the Hill
Now in its 98th year, the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb in Colorado Springs, Colorado, is known throughout the world as one of the most challenging driving events in all motorsports. At Pikes Peak, drivers race against the clock, pushing themselves and their vehicles up the 7.2 percent grade. They begin from a standing start
K.J. JonesSep 9, 2020
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Now Supercharged, Mil-Spec Automotive’s Ford F-150 Inches Closer to the Ram TRX
Mil-Spec Automotive, a company most known for its tactically-inspired Hummer H1 SUV builds, ventured into the truck market earlier this year with its naturally-aspirated, 500-hp 5.0-liter V-8 Ford F-150. The special edition was highlighted by aggressive suspension and a menacing, tactically-inspired design that helped set it apart from the (literally) millions of other F-150s on
Monica GondermanSep 9, 2020
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This Diesel-Powered Budget-Build Ford F-100 Race Truck Is Also a Daily Driver
Maybe it was the vibrant blue exterior or the puff of black smoke that first caught our eye about Henry Crawn’s 1968 Ford F-100, or maybe it was the competitive race truck aspect, or its daily driver qualities. No matter what, there’s just something irresistible about a classic F-100. Let’s be real, there’s not much
Monica GondermanSep 4, 2020
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Survivors and Dreamers: Episode 137 of The Truck Show Podcast
On This Week’s Show About Survivors and Dreamers: Collin Coates Rob Spencer from Goose Gear You won’t want to miss this inspirational episode as we get to know entrepreneur Collin Coates, who is chasing his dream of making a name in the automotive industry by building image vehicles and creating world-class content. Then, Rob Spencer
Monica GondermanSep 3, 2020
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All-New: Yamaha Wolverine RMAX 1000
It wasn’t that long ago that we were hanging out in the deserts of Southern California and watching the birth of the side-by-side market as we know it. It all started simply enough, with people tricking out second-hand golf carts. As quickly as golf carts came onto the scene, they were gone again. This time
Jason GondermanSep 3, 2020
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The Hybrid Electric Jeep Wrangler Is Here!
The wait is finally over! Jeep has just unveiled the much-anticipated plug-in hybrid electric Wrangler. Now, save the torches and pitchforks until we’re finished. This new Wrangler, dubbed the 4xe (pronounced “4-by-e”), is actually pretty cool. Jeep designers and engineers went to great lengths to ensure that none of the Wrangler’s legendary off-road capability was
Jason GondermanSep 3, 2020
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Jeep Grand Wagoneer Concept: First Look
What had to be one of Jeep’s worst kept secrets is finally ready to make its public debut. The long awaited and much rumored Grand Wagoneer is here. Unfortunately, it’s being shown to us as a concept. With production set to start early in 2021, we were hopeful we’d get to see a more production-ready
Jason GondermanSep 3, 2020
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2020 Roush Ford Ranger: Raptor Looks Without Raptor Name (Or Power)
There might be a million ways to customize a midsize truck such as the 2020 Ford Ranger so that it stands out from its other factory-fresh mates. But not all of those endeavors will get noticed quite the same way. Sure, you could opt for Ford’s own performance upgrades. Or, with a little bit more
Monica GondermanSep 2, 2020
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What If the Ram 1500 TRX Had 1,200 HP, Six Wheels, and Cost Half a Million Dollars?
If you somehow don’t think the 702-hp 2021 Ram TRX is potent enough for your needs, Hennessey Performance has a truck for you. The high-performance tuner has upgraded the TRX pickup’s 702-hp 6.2-liter supercharged Hemi, enlarging it to an insane 7.0-liter displacement and extracting more than 1,200 horsepower from the result. Meet the Hennessey Mammoth
Kelly LinSep 2, 2020
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John Deere Updates the Gator UTV for 2021
The utility vehicle market has exploded in recent years. While the most popular segment seems to be the sport and performance side-by-side market, utility vehicles are the true heart of the market. These vehicles are used daily to haul goods and perform tasks on farms, ranches, and homesites across the country. Owners need a dependable,
Jason GondermanSep 1, 2020
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Tow-Pro Liberty Trailer-Brake Controller
Let’s talk towing, but not from the “lb-ft of torque” or other truck capability perspectives that typically are the focus in a pulling heavy loads discussion. No. For this report, braking, specifically slowly and safely bringing a trailer to a full stop, is the topic we’re covering here. Although most of today’s factory-installed, standard, and
K.J. JonesAug 28, 2020
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2022 Toyota Tundra: What We Know About the Next One
Will the next full-size Tundra pickup truly challenge the likes of the Ford F-150 and Ram 1500? The current Toyota Tundra impressed us enough to earn the MotorTrend Truck of the Year award…in 2008. Since then, the Japanese automaker has merely put coats of lipstick on its aging pickup, while rivals such as the Chevrolet Silverado, Ford F-150,
Greg FinkAug 28, 2020
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