According to the FIA's historic motorsport homologation database, next to those screaming hatchbacks that made it, a total of three pickup trucks were also licensed for Group B by FISA.
Perhaps because the Peugeot 205 Turbo 16 wasn't ready until 1984, in 1982, Peugeot Talbot Sport homologated the 504 Pickup for Group B.
Peugeot 504 sedans and coupés did participate in various African rallies throughout the late seventies, but with its 2-liter engine, long wheelbase and live rear axle, this global workhorse didn't look promising.
No matter. The until 1989.
Ask Jean Todt about that the next time you see him!
And how about the 1983 Datsun Sunny Pickup with its 1170cc engine?
Somehow, this has also failed to spawn a Kevlar-bodied, mid-engined prototype.
But , just in case.
At least it was a two-seater.
Last but not least, there was the 1983 Subaru MP-1 Utility, the rally BRAT. Its papers were valid until the end of 1999.