Some broad design change will happen but I don't think they're quite all the way full retard yet. Can still squeeze a little bit more big truckasaurus look out of it. Also with modern lighting tech that isn't really limited to certain size or lense shapes to be blindingly bright, somebody is going to put out weird lit logos or spaceship looking things or even faces before somebody figures that's just too over-the-top and goes a completely different direction that catches on and becomes the new thing. It's already started with the weird angled led strings outlining front and rear corners as running lights.
This all started with the Dodge trucks that had high narrow hoods and low wide front fenders to look more like a dump truck or construction equipment instead of the box-connected-to-a-box-connected-to-another-box look of trucks before that. Everybody else followed and kept trying to one-up each other.
If trucks were rock-n-roll, we are one or two steps away from the absolute cheesiest of hair bands but nobody's made a Nirvana yet.
Not saying they're bad. Saying they were the breakthrough next step that took it from over-,the-top to a stripped down something completely different.
The trend (before them) was to a point where everyone was trying to out-hairband everyone else and there just wasn't any hair left/nowhere else to go with it. They broke the trend and took it a completely different direction.
Whether that's for better or worse is an opinion, the fact that it happened is not.
I think truck design is at a point that is one or two steps away from "none more hair". There's a little more to exploit but the point at which it's run its course and something completely anti-current trend is coming sooner rather than later.
Lots of Cinderella, Warrant, and Poison out there because the formula still works, for now.
Nirvana, STP, and Pearl Jam are coming. Probably already in the works. Market timing says jump too early you'll be a nothing, jump too late you'll be just another _________. Hit it right and you'll define the (sound, truck style, whatever) of a generation.