Ford do Brasil introduced the new Troller T4 in Sau Paulo, Brazil, based off of the Troller R-X concept that was shown at the 2012 Sao Paulo Motor Show.
The automaker says the production vehicle is marked by a modern and attractive design that are incorporated with robust and dynamic lines.
The front fascia of the vehicle has an interwoven grille along with a Troller brand logo. It is equipped with a gray colored roof, bumpers, running boards and air outlets.
Adding to its exterior are the LED taillights and the 17-inch aluminum wheels with all-terrain tires.
Ford has not released the interior photos of the Troller T4, but the automaker says that it has a new design, making use of nice visuals and high quality materials that is easy to clean after off-road adventures.
It is powered by a 3.2-liter diesel engine mated to a six-speed manual transmission. However, Ford has not released the vehicle’s performance specification.
The vehicle is the product of Troller Veiculos Especiais (Troller Special Vehicles), a 4x4 manufacturer that is a subsidiary of Ford do Brasil following their acquisition of the company in 2007.