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2020 Most Anticipated Trucks

07:07 AM August 13, 2019

What are your plans for 2020? Are you planning to move into a new house or change your career? While you’re planning for next year, add “future trucks” to your preference list ’cause 2020 is about to get lit. We have a list of 2020 trucks, which promises to be superb. Get on the truck and let’s show you the most anticipated 2020 trucks you’d love to buy.

List of the Most Anticipated 2020 Trucks

2020 Chevrolet Avalanche

In multiple dimensions, Bolinger B2 is an upgraded version of the Chevrolet Avalanche.

Designed with two electric motors and a large-sized 120kWh battery pack, the electric truck provides a flexible midgate, which helps the almost six-foot bed reach the cabin thereby making the bed lengthier by two feet.

The Bolinger B2 possesses 614 horsepower, a towing capacity of 7.5 x 1000 pounds and around a driving range of 200 miles.

These attributes add to B2 effectiveness and capacity. The truck production is expected to start next year. However, sales may not begin in early 2020.

2020 Chevrolet Silverado

Another hot truck on our list of the most anticipated 2020 trucks is the refortified Chevrolet Silverdo 1500, which arrives as Silverado HD.

Supported by a brand new gas-sipping V8 model or the General’s Duramax diesel, Silverado HD is designed for more towing and payload value relatively higher than its predecessor.

Accessible in Custom, LT, Work truck, LTZ, and HCT, the 2020 Chevy Silverado 1500 came into the truck bazaar in the middle of this year and is targeted at taking on the Ford F-series Super Duty and Ram HD.

2020 Ford Courier

The Ford company is investing in a focus-based truck and all factors indicate that the Blue Oval is trading its latest compact pickup truck in America.

We expect the 2020 Ford truck to come with the tag Courier, but this new model would be placed under the Ranger in Ford’s model line.

We also expect the model to be presented as a pickup truck analog to the passenger van and transit connect cargo.

This model would improve payload capacity when it arrives in 2020.

2020 Ford F-150 Hybrid

Starting with a gas-electric hybrid design, the F-150 is going “Hybrid”. This is an improvement worth waiting for.

According to anonymous sources, Ford may shift the F-150 Hybrid until the next-generation debuts.

This new 2020 track design would enable the full-size Ford pickup to be used as a mobile generator without losing most of its former attributes.

If it’s going to lose any at all, it would be the design’s hauling and towing capabilities.

Leaked pictures of the pickup truck reveal that the F-150 Hybrid would provide plug-in features and short-distance mobility on electricity alone – what a nice upgrade!

2020 Ford F-150 Electric

The 2020 Ford F150 Hybrid is a good product, but the Blue oval has bigger plans.

With assistance from Rivian, the American company will make the electric F-150 a reality.

The middle of the next decade is going to be filled with many amazing products, including the next-generation F-150.

There’s a high likelihood that the battery-electric design will provide outstanding performance and driving distance from the starting point. Anticipate an F-150 pickup truck with a towing strength not less than 10,000 pounds and a driving range of over 200 miles.

Ford F-150 Electric is a truck to watch out for in 2020.

2020 GMC Sierra HD

Similar to the Chevrolet Silverado, the 2020 GMC Sierra 1500 boasts of an upcoming heavy-duty variant for next year.

Covered with clean steel metal, the burly Sierra HD is designed with over 30,000 pounds of towing strength, when fully equipped.

GMC’s diesel-virus turbo powered 6.6-liter V8 comes with 445 horsepower and 0.91 x 1000 pound-feet of torque, and the large bent-eight colleagues to a new 10-velocity automobile. A newly designed V8 that can be sustained on an old-cargo gas would also be accessible.

Most off-road fans would also be willing to get behind the wheel of the beefy AT4 model, while people are in a haste for extra smoke from their heavy-duty GMC truck, they would love to hear that the top-of-the-line Denali remains a member of the Sierra HD trim-line Fam.

2020 Hyundai Santa Cruz Concept

Hyundai has promised to join the league of 2020 trucks with the Santa Cruz. The motor company announced this idea at the 2015 Detroit auto show.

Hyundai Santa Cruz Concept is set to reach production within 2-3 years from now.

Searching for the Santa Cruz that would compete for a shoulder to shoulder with the upcoming Ford Courier pickup truck? Hyundai Santa Cruz is the best go-to.

Like the Blue oval’s compact competitor’s model, the Santa Cruz would move on a singular body chassis with more efficiency, payload capacity, and towing strength.

2020 Jeep Gladiator

Over a quarter-century after the Comanche’s production has been brought to a standstill and Jeep is planning a massive pickup truck comeback.

The showrooms are about to be lit as Jeep Gladiator comes with a dubbed gladiator, a five-foot bed (Wrangler-based sports) and jeep-deserved off-road chops.

In addition, a 285-horsepower standard V6 eco diesel engine and an optional 260 horsepower diesel with over pound-feet of torque is designed with the Jeep Gladiator.

The crop-top jeep pickup would be available for purchase by the end of 2019 or early 2020.

2020 Nissan Frontier

Considering the production age of Nissan Frontier, it’s due for reinvention, and in line with a release from Nissan’s Ivan Espinosa, a new version is warming up.

We don’t have a clue on what to expect from Nissan’s future mid-size truck, but Nissan won’t disappoint ’cause they’ve got great competition.

There’s a high probability that Nissan would upgrade the Frontier into a more beefer variant of the Navara pickup it produces in other places. This new version of the Nissan frontier has been scheduled for the early months of the coming decade.

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