The CXT is built on a the frame of a cement mixer and measures 4 and half feet longer and 2 feet taller than the H2 pickup
“It's not going to fit into the standard garage,” said Mark Oberle, a spokesman for Navistar, based in Warrenville, Ill., outside Chicago. “We can see it as a vehicle for business people who want to make a distinct impression. For personal use, it's for people who want to make a statement.”
That statement ranges anywhere from “Momma didn't let me play with trucks when I was a child.” to “I wanted a Bradley fighting vehicle but the gas mileage was shitty.” Add your own.
Nod to Dan for the link.