BMW Pickup Truck

Illustration © Mark Stehrenberger

BMW is rumored to be working overtime on a pickup truck in its American and German design studios.

GM Powered Honda

Illustration © Mark Stehrenberger

Honda and GM have already agreed to cross-supply engines to each other. Can a GM powered Honda pickup be far behind?

The 2002 Dodge Ram

Illustration © Mark Stehrenberger

An evolutionary redesign the combines today's Ram heritage with the future of Dodge trucks.

Nissan's Full Size Dreams

Illustration © Mark Stehrenberger

Jed Connelly, General Manager of Nissan North America, speaks with PickupTruck.Com about the Nissan Full Size Truck.

Next Generation Chevrolet S-10

Illustration © Mark Stehrenberger

Hiding just outside the spotlight of the Avalanche and SSR, the new Chevrolet S-10 gets ready to make its appearance.

Cadillac's Ultimate Utility Vehicle

Illustration © Mark Stehrenberger

You met the rough and tumble Avalanche this past January in Detroit. Now get ready to meet its upscale sibling, the Cadillac EXT.

Mercedes Ponders Building a Pickup

Illustration © Mark Stehrenberger

Mercedes debates building a pickup to compete with Lincoln and Cadillac for its own share of the growing luxury truck segment.


About the Artist

PickupTruck.Com contracted well renowned automotive artist Mark Stehrenberger, head of MSD Studios, to illustrate several upcoming and possible pickup trucks expected to arrive over the next few years.

Mr. Stehrenberger has created automotive illustrations for major car magazines, general interest and trade publications, newspapers, and advertising agencies worldwide. Mr. Stehrenberger has also taught at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California and Vevey, Switzerland.

With the exception of the Cadillac sport utility pickup truck, which could also be found on the cover of the January 2000 issue of Motor Trend, and BMW, all artwork was done originally for PickupTruck.Com.

About the Trucks

Each truck shown represents a sneak preview created from the input of sources who work for the various manufacturers, Mr. Stehrenberger's long history in automotive design, and some good old fashioned speculation.