You’d expect the big V8-powered truck to trump the smaller diesel trucks but apparently that’s not the case.
More kit combined with more black trim equals one of the more luxurious ways of getting VW’s Amarok.
Unlike rivals Toyota, Nissan and Mitsubishi, Ford and VW decided not to go down the electrification route for their co-developed mid-sized trucks.
The German pickup truck is part of a 28-unit fleet that will patrol the Portuguese coastline.
The German tuner has also upgraded lesser versions of VW’s pickup truck, but left the exterior well alone.
VW downplayed the possibility of a rebadged Ford Ranger, but not everything is still not 100% certain.
Delta 4×4’s Amarok sits 100 mm higher than a regular model and wears 35-inch off-road tires.
The VW Group and Ford have signed an initial contract to develop a successor to the Amarok pickup.
This one-off VW Amarok was modified by Arctic Trucks, featuring multiple upgrades over the standard truck.
You don’t buy a pickup truck for drag racing but it’s always good to know which one is the fastest.
VW is thinking about making a pickup in partnership with Ford for the U.S. .
If the second-gen Amarok is based on Ford underpinnings, VW North America will be happy to have it.