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10 best OEM custom trucks

Best performance and specialty truck models that you can buy new! From rams to fords, all the manufacturers tend to lean in on a few super high end trucks that only the extremely dedicated can actually afford. Here's my favorites.

The Shelby Raptor – Fords Baja Edition Goes Above And Beyond

This is not your average truck. With 525 hp and a menacing stance, the Shelby Raptor Truck by Ford lives in a class of its own. An expensive tribute for true Ford Raptor Shelby fans.

The Most Expensive Dodge Ram Truck You Should Never Buy Unless You’re Rich | MotorBiscuit

While there are many affordable pickups, some cost more than a brand new Corvette or Porsche -- like the most expensive Dodge Ram truck.

Buy/Drive/Burn: Expensive Trucks You Won't Use for Truck Things

Today's truck trio includes three very expensive rigs which will not likely be used for any hauling duties or truck-type responsibilities. And that's a good thing, because they're loaded up on equipment and leather, and covered in nice metallic paint. Which nice truck gets used as kindling?

Hummer H1 - Wikipedia

The Hummer H1 is a four-wheel-drive utility vehicle based on the M998 Humvee, which was created by AM General. The vehicle was produced from 1992 through 2006, and was the first of what became the Hummer line. Originally designed strictly for military use, the off-road vehicle was released to the civilian market due to market demand. It was initially known as the "Hummer"; however, under a 1999 deal, GM bought marketing rights to the Hummer name and called the vehicle the Hummer H1.[2] At the time, GM began marketing the Hummer H2 that was also assembled by AM General on a modified GMC 2500HD chassis. AM General continued to build the H1 and Humvee in its Mishawaka, Indiana facility. GM stopped marketing the H1 in 2006 model year, but AM General continued production of the military Humvee versions.

Following the introduction of the 2021 Ford F-150 and the announcement that it will feature Ford’s new Active Drive Assist hands-free steering sometime in 2021, the folks at GMC announced that they’ll introduce GM’s rival Super Cruise semi-autonomous system in the Sierra 1500 full-size pickup truck. Super Cruise will become an option late in the 2022 model year, according to a GM press release, meaning that it will likely arrive on vehicles as much as a year after the Ford system goes live.