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If BMW plans to beat Mercedes in this fight it needs to set the starting price of the 2019 BMW Pickup Truck below €37,294. Yes, this is the base cost of the X-Class at the moment. There is nothing official regarding the arrival, but we expect BMW’s first pickup in early 2019.
Such was the case with BMW pickup truck rendering from last February, which seemed like somebody strapped new headlights on an X5 and made it look a bit more modern and rugged.
According to BMW, the pickup has fulfilled the necessary conditions to be classified as a legal pickup truck. Therefore, any person with a bit of money to splash on a new set of wheels should consider the BMW pickup truck M3 as a great competitor for the Toyota Hilux.
BMW does not have such partners to develop a pick-up truck on. So, it may use any of the SUV architectures or create a new one from the ground up. However, a luxury pickup based on Toyota trucks may be on the cards.
BMW has the impressive range of luxury and performance crossover SUVs and it continues to grow. However, since Mercedes entered the premium pickup truck segment with the new X-Class the question that appears naturally is will BMW follow the same path.
BMW Australia is pushing its parent company to speed up a development of a pickup truck. This idea is existing for a while. Other German carmakers, Mercedes-Benz and Audi are in an advantage over BMW.
BMW Pickup Truck Concept – Design Features and Technology: A BMW pickup truck would be aimed at the premium midsize truck segment. The model may be built on a reinforced unibody chassis much like the popular Honda Ridgeline.
The 2018 BMW Pickup Truck is likely to bill around $57,000 for the basic trim and up to $62,000 for the range-topper. The current emerging reports indicate that the new Pickup Truck from BMW will arrive by the end of this year.
From the recent surfacing news of BMW’s Managing Director (Australia) saying “never say never” regarding BMW’s entry to the pickup market, reports indicate that 2018 BMW Pickup truck is on its way to the market.