What is Ram news doing here? Well, it could potentially be something for Chevrolet and GMC to take note of in the near future.
Our sister publication focused on all things Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles, FC Authority, reports Ram chief Mike Manley is seriously interested in bringing a midsize, or even smaller pickup truck to life for the brand, but cited development costs for such a project for the cash-strapped automaker. Therefore, a unibody design could be in order.
With that in mind, the unibody, FWD-based Fiat Toro is currently sold in South America, and is easy to imagine such a vehicle tuned specifically for North America. The Toro pickup is roughly 10-inches smaller than the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon, meaning it could enter a white space segment of a smaller, more urban friendly truck that is currently unavailable in this corner of the world. This exact type of vehicle is something we here at GMA feel needs to happen, and we rendered a pair of Chevrolet and GMC small trucks to expand on the thought.