Utah-built Vanderhall Brawley electric 4×4 on sale soon. The Brawley is ready to head to head with the Bronco, but not everywhere.
The four-seat utility comes with quad electric motors with a combined output of 404 hp and can cover up to 200 miles per charge.
They’ll all have to be off-road, however, because the vehicle is classified as a UTV and helmets are recommended.
That’s not to say its without creature comforts. The Brawley is available with an entirely enclosed passenger compartment with air conditioning and a cabin filtration system for use in dusty environments.
The Brawley was designed for extreme off-roading with 35-inch tires and fully-independent suspension that provides 22 inches of wheel travel.
Transparent doors provide a better view of the trails and rocks while a panoramic roof lets the sunlight in.
Pricing for the Brawley hasn’t bee announced, but deliveries are scheduled to begin in 2022.
The Utah-based company’s current lineup is comprised of three-wheel “autocycles” that range in price from $25,950 to $46,950 and includes the $35,950 Edison all-electric model.
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