While automotive journalists and high-res cameras are still recovering from the glitzy Geneva auto show, the 2010 Work Truck Show starts March 9th at America’s Center in St. Louis, Missouri and will continue till the 12th. The annual vocational truck-oriented show is promoted by the National Truck Equipment Association and features over 500,000 square feet of work trucks and equipment which, this year, includes the debut of the 2011 GMC Sierra Heavy Duty and Nissan NV2500.
The Sierra will be unveiled in three-quarter-ton and one-ton forms and will be nearly identical to the Chicago-revealed Silverado HD
, except for styling differences. The NV2500 is Nissan’s Titan-based large commercial van and is expected to enter production later this year.
In addition to the two new vehicles, the Work Truck Show offers more than 40 education programs and 400 exhibitors, a Green Truck Summit, a Fleet Management Symposium, and a keynote address from Emmy Award-winner William Shatner.
Be sure to check back for images of the 2011 GMC Sierra Heavy Duty and Nissan NV2500. For more information about the NTEA Work Truck Show, visit the link below.