American startup to introduce electric rival Ford BroncoSeptember 15, 2020
Utah-based small company Vanderhall Motor Work has unveiled renders of its competitor for the revived Ford Bronco.
In 2016, the American company Vanderhall Motor Work began to engage in small-scale production of tricycles, which have automotive controls, but are essentially motorcycles. At first, Vanderhall specialists built their products from components of the General Motors concern, and then set up the production of electric versions.
The brand’s first vehicle is to be the Vanderhall Navarro, which will be an electric SUV similar to the recently unveiled Ford Bronco. Short overhangs and a short wheelbase, as well as a fairly high ground clearance, speak in favor of the novelty.
The technical data of the novelty has not yet been disclosed, but it is obvious that the SUV will receive one or two electric motors and a set of batteries, which will last at least 300 kilometers. The full-fledged premiere of the Vanderhall Navarro is expected to take place in January 2021.
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