Despite the growing numbers of small pickups and even the introduction of multiple unibody models, full-size trucks remain the true kings and best sellers in the world of heavy lifting. In fact, this is one of the most vibrant segments in the automotive industry with cut throat competition and constant innovations from the market leaders. Today, we shall introduce to you an all-new lineup of half-ton machines that are ready to take on the duties of towing, moving, pulling and rock climbing in 2022.
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Detailed information about all models from this #AT_New_Cars release:
00:41 GMC Sierra Denali Ultimate
Sierra Denali has always been marketed as the world’s fanciest truck, but in the recent years competitors have gotten too close calling for a rapid redesign. With the price tag North of 80 thousand dollars, the new Denali Ultimate is the most expensive half ton pickup in the business.
01:52 Toyota Tundra
All-new inside and out, Toyota full-size pickup enters its 3rd generation, sitting on an updated frame with a new multi-link rear suspension. The new Tundra is easily recognizable from the outside, as it features a colossal grille underlined by a blackout panel on the lower bumper and new LED headlights.
03:00 Ford F-150 Lightning
Long-established as the best-selling truck in the US, the F-150 branches out an all-electric sibling in hope to carve out a similar position on the all-electric market. After collecting 120,000 preorders, the 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning will see the first 15,000 units built next year, and Ford is rumored to double its target production run for the year.
04:18 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 ZR2
Positioned atop of the Silverado range, the new ZR2 is promised to be the most off-road ready version of the pickup. From the outside, you will recognize it by a bolder front end with a more massive grille, a black hood insert, unique 18inch wheels, and ZR2 badges.
05:21 RAM 1500 TRX Mammoth
Until Hennessey Performance get their hands on the upcoming Ford F-150 Raptor R, we can fairly declare, the Mammoth as the world’s most powerful and fastest pickup truck. Most of the buyers would convert their stock TRX with Hennessey’s Mammoth off-road Stage 2 Kit.
06:29 GMC Sierra AT4X
The Sierra 1500 AT4X truck is very similar to the incoming Chevy Silverado ZR2, but characteristically for the GMC brand, its exterior is less aggressive. Its off-roading package includes advanced Multimatic spool-valve dampers.
07:38 Nissan Titan
The second biggest non-American alternative in the full-size segment underwent a mid-cycle refresh last year. Here, Nissan’s key argument is a standard 5.6-liter V8 with best-in-class power. For 2022 model year, Nissan Titan also gains more standard features like a trailer hitch and a spray-on bedliner for the entry-level S trim.
08:40 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
To stay competitive on the fast-developing half ton pickup market, the 2022 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 adopts a fresher exterior styling, updated drivetrain range, and improved cabin tech.
09:55 Ford F-150 Raptor + Raptor R
For now, Ford F-150 Raptor is a flagship off-roader in the F-150 range, but Ford is planning to bring to the market even more extreme Raptor R that will try to dethrone RAM’s TRX. It should get a supercharged 5.2L Predator V8, making as much as 750 horsepower.
11:08 RAM 1500 TRX Ignition Edition, Southfork and Red Edition
Three years in a row RAM’s trucks have been snatching Motortrend’s truck of the Year award. To fuel this interest, the lineup that already includes four unique models, is being further expanded with TRX Ignition, Longhorn Southfork and Red Special edition models.