2nd-gen Troller T4 gets an off-road version called Trail
Troller, a Brazil car marque owned by Ford, is preparing to release the second generation of its T4 SUV. Among other things, the car gets a special edition called Trail.
The Troller T4 Trail stands out in the crowd thanks to its flared fenders, tow hooks, reinforced bumpers with a winch mounting point on the front one, stainless-steel armor, and special logos throughout the exterior.
The car is still based on the shortened Ford T6 platform. The current Ford Ranger pickup series uses the same platform, and the upcoming 2021 Bronco may get it, too.
The standard-issue T4 is 4,095 mm (13.44 ft.) long and has a wheelbase spanning 2,585 mm (8.48 ft.). The road clearance amounts to 227 mm (8.9”) at the front axle and 208 mm (8.1”) at the rear one. The Trail version could receive a slight suspension lift, but this isn’t official yet. We know for a fact that it will be able to climb 45-degree slopes, whereas the standard T4 is limited to 40 degrees.
By default, the SUV ships equipped with a 3.2-liter diesel engine rated at 200 hp (149 kW) and 470 Nm (347 pound-feet) of torque. It also features a six-speed manual gearbox, a transfer case with reduction gear, AWD, and limited-slip rear differential. Options include a sunroof, a two-zone climate control, an on-board computer and an advanced multimedia system with a 6.5-inch touchscreen display and smartphone connectivity.
The Troller T4 Trail will retail for 144,990 Brazilian Real (38,620 USD at current rates).
Chief Editor Olga Markelova