While Portage was occupied with emptying brands like Aston Martin, Puma and Area Wanderer two or three years back, it grabbed one that you've presumably never known about: Troller.
Portage's Brazilian operation purchased the Horizonte-based claim to fame rough terrain vehicle organization in 2007, which manufactures a little line of genuine, turbodiesel-fueled 4x4s in Brazil and Africa that is not at all like whatever else Passage itself has worked subsequent to the Horse.
At the Sao Paulo car expo a week ago, Troller revealed the TR-X, a retro yet exceptionally cutting edge two-entryway idea that elements a coordinated admission snorkel, and a hood that the organization says "displays a high focal subtle element that passes on force and virility," including that "the front grille has an outline that impersonates the scale before the vehicle itself, giving the model extraordinary identity." Sounds like a genuine dreamboat.
Sadly you'll likely need to continue imagining on the off chance that you anticipate that it will make it to America, regardless of the possibility that it goes into generation.
The last Brazilian-constructed auto imported to the Unified States was the ultra-modest Volkswagen Fox in 1993.
Circumstances are different a considerable measure from that point forward, however presumably not that much.
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