Bison pickup truck concept (driving)

Bison pickup truck concept (left rear)

Bison pickup truck concept (front left quarter angle)

Bison pickup truck concept (front)

Bison pickup truck concept (left)

Bison pickup truck concept (rear)

Bison pickup truck concept (left)

Transportation design firm Motive Industries released computer-generated images of what a pickup made of composite material could look like.
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The Bison is a midsize truck concept with the the cargo capacity of a full-size Ford F-series, according to Motive.
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Constructed of carbon fiber composite, the Bison offers a 50-percent weight savings over a steel truck without sacrificing strength.
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The same chassis could be used with conventional gas or diesel engines, and it can also accommodate a hybrid, electric, or fuel cell power train, according to Motive.
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The flexible platform and body design would make it an attractive option for automotive manufacturers looking for a truck to produce and sell globally.
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The Bison offers a 75-inch-by-52-inch truck bed that's 21.5 inches tall.
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Its 19-inch wheels are pushed to the front quarter of the vehicle to create a long wheelbase.
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