Could the Volvo XC90 Work as a Pickup?

Truck

Never gonna happen.

Just in case you were wondering, rendering artist X-Tomi has illustrated that the recently unveiled all-new Volvo XC90 would not look good as a pickup. The Swedish carmaker hasn’t built a pickup since 1939 and has absolutely no inclination to do so now or in the future. While the design is an immediate turn off, given the cutting-edge tech and 400-hp T8 Twin Engine hybrid powerplant used in the full-size SUV, a pickup variant wouldn’t be short of admirers. But would you be one of them?

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