2015 Ford Troller T4 Concept

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Earlier this summer we got our first look at the Troller T4, and now the team at Ford do Brasil teases us with an even more aggressive looking Ford Troller T4 Concept heading into year end.

Fans of the Bronco have had to live without the fully capable off-roader for nearly two decades now, and the market for go anywhere SUVs seems to be one that is contracting rather than expanding. Toyota announced that it will no longer be making the beloved FJ Cruiser, and while Jeep continues to hold us down with the iconic Wrangler, the Bronco is a vehicle we’d love to see resurrected. This concept is just that, a reincarnated version sporting everything from a snorkel and winch to upgraded bumpers and knobbier tires to tackle any terrain. The three door SUV is dressed in a brown and tan paint job that’s ready to take on the American market. Problem is, we don’t know if that day will ever come to fruition. We imagine with increased interest from fans, comes an increase in potential production – so we’ll continue to daydream for the time being.

Troller Off-road

Troller Off-road

Troller Off-road

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