Recently, we obtained a set of concept images for the BYD pickup truck. According to reports, the prototype of the vehicle has undergone testing, and it is expected that the hybrid version will be launched in Europe and America in 2024, followed by the release of the pure electric version in 2025. These concept images are based on previous patent designs, showcasing intricate details and speculating on the actual vehicle’s paint job and lighting effects. Let’s take a closer look.
The overall appearance remains consistent with the previously leaked patent images, featuring bold and robust contour lines that exude a rugged off-road atmosphere. The vehicle’s front headlights adopt an integrated design, with a large front grille area, showcasing the typical sturdy pickup truck style. The raised lines on the front end give a strong sense of power, and the grille is adorned with the “BYD” logo.
The side profile of the vehicle incorporates straight lines and square contours, with luggage racks and side steps installed on the roof and cargo bed, among other locations. The new vehicle adopts a mainstream dual-row seating layout and is equipped with side steps. Unlike an integrated design, the cargo bed is separately designed from the passenger cabin. Moving to the rear of the vehicle, the taillights feature a concave three-dimensional shape, with dense horizontal light strips inside and a continuous taillight design.
In terms of power, the hybrid version is expected to offer a comprehensive range of 800 to 1200 kilometers, while the pure electric version will have a range of approximately 100 kilometers. Previous reports have mentioned that this pickup truck is expected to be equipped with features such as hydraulic active suspension system, streaming rearview mirror, and Huawei AR-HUD. We will continue to follow up on more information about this new vehicle.
Please note that the above information is based on the revealed concept images, and specifications and features may undergo changes as the vehicle progresses towards the production stage.