If you made a list of all the American classic cars we'd like to see resurrected, the classic Ford Bronco would rank pretty high up there. Troller, a division of Ford, just debuted the most desirable neo-Bronco I think I've seen yet. Too bad it's not headed our way.
This is the Ford Troller T4. If you're not familiar with Troller, it's a Brazilian maker of trucks and off-roading vehicles that has been around since the 1990s and became a subsidiary of Ford in the last decade.
The T4 is their latest vehicle, and their first since the takeover. That explains why it pretty clearly draws its inspiration from the old Bronco. I see a little bit of Jeep, Land Rover and Toyota FJ influence in there too.
The T4 is 4x4 (duh) and powered by a 3.2-liter turbodiesel engine with unspecified power mated to a six-speed manual transmission. AutoEvolution says it also has heavy-duty Dana axles, a sway bar disconnect feature, and a high-mounted air intake.
Sounds great, right? Now for the sad part: this Bronco is for Brazil only, no matter how badly we want it. And that's a real shame. America demands a new Bronco, and this could do the trick! Who wouldn't want to go Trolling in this T4?