The Black Bullet is one rugged-looking pickup.
From the Honda SUV e-concept to the Lynk & Co Zero, there is certainly no shortage of electric SUV concepts on display at the 2020 Beijing Motor Show. Great Wall, on the other hand, is showcasing a more rugged concept designed for off-roading adventures. It's called the Great Wall Black Bullet, and it's one of the most extreme off-road-focused pickups we've seen in a long time. The Black Bullet looks like it's based on the Great Wall Pao but fitted with a raft of upgrades to make it more capable off-road.
Among the upgrades installed include a more aggressive front bumper that increases the truck's approach angle and an air snorkel, while the rear bumper is fitted with a winch and tow hooks.
Both bumpers feature orange accents in contrast to the truck's menacing matte black body. A new hood design with a large air intake and flared fenders also make the Black Bullet look more aggressive than the regular Pao truck, while the large black wheels wrapped in all-terrain tires increase the ground clearance, enabling the Black Bullet to tackle tricky terrain. A roof-mounted LED light bar and a rack mounted over the bed storing a spare wheel rounds off the rugged exterior enhancements.
Inside, the seats and door panels are finished in black and white quilted leather with orange accents matching the exterior. Great Wall hasn't provided any powertrain details for the Black Bullet, but the regular Great Wall Pao the concept truck appears to be based on is powered by a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine producing 197 horsepower, paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission.