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This Mean Pickup Is A South African Battleaxe

The car features bespoke coil-over suspension, and the body is manufactured from 1.2 mm to 1.6 mm steel panels. These cars roll on 35-inch tires and offer a ground clearance figure of 325mm (12.8 inches). The vehicle weighs 2,200 kg, which is 200 kg less than the Grenadier.

The Brandt BVR has been developed due to a need for “a tough and robust pickup truck.” Gerrit Brandt, marketing and procurement manager says: “We build vehicles that offer ruggedness, reliability and low-maintenance costs. Our customers either want a workhorse that can withstand all conditions, or they want an exclusive off-road capable toy.”


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