Photo of Amarok courtesy of Vokswagen.

Photo of Amarok courtesy of Vokswagen.

Volkswagen could introduce a mid-size pickup into the U.S. market if the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon fare well, North American CEO Michael Horn told AutoBlog.

The automaker currently produces the mid-size Amarok for the European market, and told AutoBlog that vehicle "is too small for the U.S." The automaker is considering resizing its Amarok.

The Amarok is offered in a single or double cab with a choice of two clean-diesel TDI engines. The vehicle is produced in Hannover, Germany, and Pacheco, Argentina.

In Europe in 2013, Volkswagen sold 314,400 light commercial vehicles including the Amarok, T5, Caddy, and Crafter.

Originally posted on Automotive Fleet