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The Mercedes-Benz X-Class Pickup Truck Is Finally Here

In a live streamed presentation from Stockholm, Sweden yesterday Mercedes introduced the world to two extreme concept variants of the X-Class; a mid-sized pickup truck that the company really is bringing to market and it looked awesome, sleek and mean, all at the same time.

The Mercedes X-Class which is based on the Nissan Frontier, was showcased in both an on-road guise with 22” rims and a mean-mugging off-road brother with a winch and acres of sidewall, both named “Stylish Adventurer” and “Powerful Explorer,” respectively.

According to Jalopnik, neither version will make it to production exactly as it might not have quite as dramatic of a taillight as the concept but the shape is going to be pretty close to what we’re looking at here.

Specs have not been revealed yet however reports says the truck will be built in Spain and Argentina in the same facilities the Nissan Navara and Renault Alaskan come from and is slated for sales in Australia “during the third quarter of 2017.” 

And we wait.

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