Bremach T-Rex All-Terrain Truck

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

If you’re a fan of Mercedes’ classic Unimog truck, then you’re going to love the Bremach T-Rex. Since the 60s, this American brand has been manufacturing utility vehicles, and the T-Rex is quite possibly the greatest one yet.

Measuring in at 43 feet of modular steel construction, this badass all-terrain truck is ready for anything you can throw at it. The 4×4 comes in your choice of gas, diesel, natural gas, hybrid, and even electric power trains for those of you looking to do your part for the environment as well. Now for the fun stuff. The T-Rex is capable of hauling up to 7,300 pounds, crawling a 45 degree slope with ease, and powering through three feet of water. While it is much cheaper than say, the Unimog U 5023 from Mercedes-Benz, it will still set you back around $100,000 depending on what options/setup you’re looking for. [Purchase]

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