Of course, Volvo is unlikely to ever build such a car again. After all, what's the point of buying an all-wheel drive, go-anywhere premium vehicle if snow is going to constantly build up in the back. And it's no like Americans are going to buy this 'T60' in bulk, since something like a Ford F-150 probably towers over it.
In other Volvo news, the Swedes just release a "Vintersaga" the longest commercial in the nation's history. If you're into the "masculine broach" brand, you'll definitely want to check that out, especially since they've announced they aren't going to participate in the super bowl this year.
The funny thing about the Volvo "T60" pickup truck is that such a machine actually exists… sort of. Back in 2013, a 6-wheeled pickup based on the XC60 was spotted. It's not the wet dream of a redneck, but a dedicated camera car built to deliver the good stability and carry extra monitors and processing equipment.
If you guys thing think Volvo should consider making the "T60" a production reality, let us know with a quick comment. Who knows, maybe they're searching online for new ideas and stumble upon these renderings.