Ford Atlas Pickup Truck Concept

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

American auto maker Ford looks to the future with their newly unveiled Ford Atlas Pickup Truck, a vehicle that has been deemed the pickup truck for the future.

One of the many gems to have been introduced at the Detroit Auto Show, this is certainly more than your average pickup truck. Based off a F-150 body, the exterior looks improved and refined, but it’s in the innovative features where this thing really shines. Ford has outfitted the vehicle with an array of goodies like power running boards, active grill and wheel shutters, LED headlamps and taillights, hidden cargo ramps, and even a 360 degree point of view camera to help you maneuver from sticky situations. As of right now this is only a concept, but if the direction that Ford is heading in definitely puts a smile on our faces.

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