The new Vanderhall Brawley electric 4×4 has been unveiled
American vehicle manufacturer Vanderhall Motor Works has revealed the Vanderhall Brawley electric 4×4 off-road vehicle. The Brawley will be the company’s first electric 4×4 off-roader since they were founded in 2010 by Steve Hall.
The Vanderhall Brawley electric 4×4 produces 404 horsepower with 480 feet pounds of torque. According to Vanderhall, the Brawley has a range of 200 miles on a single charge thanks to four separately regulated electric motors.
Featuring a unibody chassis and 35-inch tires, the Vanderhall Brawley is intended to rip through rough terrain. Other features include multiple driving modes, internal bypass shocks, and 22-inch suspension travel, 18-inch wheels, and a sealed cabin with air filtration.
One of the driving modes known as the “eCrab” mode uses all four wheels to turn in the same direction at the same time, allowing the Vanderhall Brawley electric 4×4 to move diagonally like a crab. There’s also an “eTank” mode, which rotates the vehicle like a tank, an “eSteer” mode for sharp turn and angle maneuvering, and an “eCrawl” mode to aid with steep inclines.
As for aesthetics, Vanderhall’s trademark grille and headlamps are located on the front of the electric 4×4 off-roader. One of the coolest additions are the see-through doors that will definitely immerse the driver and passengers with whatever terrain (dirt, grass, rock) they come across. The interior of the Brawley includes an air-conditioned cabin with space for four total passengers. With a cherry on top, it can also be fitted with a sky roof. A leather steering wheel, a Bluetooth-enabled sound system, and heated seats are also included.
Although the Vanderhall Brawley electric 4×4 is not road-legal, the $34,950 price tag may still suffice the needs for those weekend off-roading trips. Due to roll out in 2022, you can reserve yours at Vanderhall USA for $100.