Does Mercedes-Benz Make a Pickup Truck?

Mercedes-Benz is one of the most iconic car brands in the world and is known for its luxury cars, SUVs, and crossovers. But does this famous German carmaker make a pickup truck?

The answer is no. Mercedes-Benz does not currently offer a pickup truck model in its lineup.

Mercedes-Benz has been making cars since 1886 and has always been a pioneer in automotive technology, but the company has never ventured into the pickup truck segment. There have been rumors of Mercedes-Benz developing a pickup truck for years, but so far nothing has come of it.

The closest thing to a Mercedes-Benz pickup truck is actually the X-Class Concept that was unveiled in 2015. This concept was a collaboration between Mercedes-Benz and Nissan, and it featured a mid-size pickup design with a luxurious interior similar to that of other Mercedes-Benz models. Unfortunately, this concept never made it into production.

In 2019, Mercedes-Benz parent company Daimler announced that they were launching their own line of electric trucks called “eTrucks”. These trucks are designed for commercial use and are Targeted at businesses that need reliable and efficient transportation solutions. While not exactly what most people would consider to be “pickup trucks”, these eTrucks could be seen as an indirect foray into the pickup truck market by Mercedes-Benz.


In conclusion, it’s clear that Mercedes-Benz does not currently make any kind of pickup truck model. However, the company has dabbled in this area with its X-Class Concept from 2015 and its eTrucks from 2019 so perhaps we may see something similar in the future from this carmaker.

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Karen Watkins