Utes for all three brands will be produced in various Renault-Nissan factories across the globe, including Barcelona, Spain, and Cordoba, Argentina. Renault and Nissan utes will also be made at Nissan's factory in Aguascalientes, Mexico.
It's widely speculated that the Mercedes-Benz ute will feature the greatest amount of interior, exterior and mechanical differentiation from the Nissan Navara.
Earlier reports have suggested the three-pointed star's ute will use Mercedes-Benz engines. And from these photos, it seems as though the German load-lugger will also feature a wider track than the Navara upon which it's based.
The Mercedes-Benz ute is scheduled to arrive in Australian showrooms from 2018, and will be sold in most regions around the world, except the USA.