Ford Troller T4

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides, Showcase

It’s a story we’ve become all too familiar with as stateside residents (who also happen to be car enthusiasts). “This amazing vehicle is releasing next year, but will not make it to the U.S.” It looks like you can add another one to the list in the Ford Troller T4.

With plans on producing this vehicle specifically for the Brazilian market, us stateside residents will have to admire the Troller T4’s beauty from afar. Details surrounding the Jeep-like off-roader are sparse at the moment, but we do know the American auto maker has equipped this bad boy with a 3.2-liter diesel paired with a 6-speed manual transmission. We don’t know the exact power output numbers yet, but the rugged good looks, and 4×4 emblem stamped on the door tell us that this thing may pack a mean punch. The good lucks and potential upside for this off-roader are enough for us to ask Ford to bring this thing to the states in due time.

Troller T4

Troller T4

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