One Ton Pickup Truck From PSA Group
The French PSA Group, that owns Citroen, DS, and the Peugeot, have expressed this year that it will open a 1-ton pickup truck. Group did made a press release but the French have yet to show anything. Because their idea was referring to a work that will take place over the span of five years, we did not expect them to show anything so early.
We cannot support questioning what will the French show us, so we decided to cover all the regions of the tale. As some of you know, Peugeot-Citroen has previously made service cars with the Italians at Fiat. Around the same moment, the French firm has given with two Japanese manufacturers for seperate work, Mitsubishi for electric cars and SUV cars and Toyota for municipality cars.
Currently, Fiat sells a pickup truck made on the same platform as the Mitsubishi L200, also known as the Mitsubishi Triton in some marts. The proving act is labelled Toro and it is vended in Brazil. Peugeot given a shoshone on the Brazilian marketplace, which was labelled Peugeot Hoggar. It looked like its front was based on the 207 and the indoor also get some cues from the French supermini, while the back had a truck given and all the thought shapes and components. Another expectation involves a direct business with Mitsubishi, because they were the ones that given the platform of the L200 to Fiat Chrysler cars in the first place. Peugeot and Citroen both vended rebadged and mildly restyled Mitsubishi models, in the form of the Peugeot iOn and the Citroen C-Zero, which were French models of the Mitsubishi i-MiEV. Their Peugeot 4007 and Citroen C-Crosser models were also based on a Mitsubishi, which was the Outlander.