Troller Veiculos Especias has been building utilitarian vehicles in Brazil since 1997, with Ford Motor Company buying them out 10 years later. Now Motrolix has caught wind that Troller will be showing several special T4s at the upcoming São Paulo Motor Show.
The current Jeep-like Troller T4 has just been redesigned, but Ford is rolling out a rugged off-road concept T4 that’s packing upgraded bumpers with winch, fat, knobby tires, high-performance shocks, and snorkel, among other features. The special brown and tan colors give this T4 concept a “sophisticated look.”
Another concept is the Off-Road Rescue T4, which leverages the strength and all-terrain capability of the T4 to get to those nether regions that conventional vehicles can’t access. Presented in orange with blue accents − perfect to be noticed in any environment − the Rescue receives LED lights on the sides, new taillights, special tires on 17-inch wheels, and a special tool chest out back.
“The proposal is to show the versatility of the new applications Troller T4 and highlight the functionality of the utility. The Troller already developed vehicles for the Environmental Police and Fire Department. Now, we bring the theme of redemption on a concept that takes advantage of the characteristics of the vehicle. Also we have evolved with special off-road version that will be used as a test market in the Hall. This version uses the strength and robustness of T4 to overcome any challenge with a distinctive and striking look,” says the Troller’s Supervisor of Marketing, Carla Freire.
Troller is also launching a series of designer clothing and accessories. They are divided into three themes: Copa Troller, Institutional, and Vintage, with all three including vintage-style tees, sports watches, caps, and keychains. All items displayed will be available for sale at the Troller booth at the auto show.