This is the new Troller T4 Trail from Ford.

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Priced from the equivalent of just under $38,000, the new Troller T4 Trail packs upgraded bumpers with winch prep, big fender flares, skid plates and a snorkel.

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This is an even-more-hardcore off-road version of the second-generation Troller T4 that has been on sale in Brazil since the 2015 model year.

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From hereon out, you're looking at pictures of the second-gen Troller T4 from its 2014 São Paulo International Motor Show debut. 

The rest of the vehicle hasn't changed much since that time.

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If you're not familiar with the Troller name, it was a small independent SUV manufacturer that Ford purchased over a decade ago.

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This cabin shot is of the 2015 Troller T4, but it's not expected to have changed much from the new T4 Trail version.

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The Troller T4 is perhaps best thought of as Brazil's answer to the Ford Bronco, though the T4 and the forthcoming Blue Oval SUV revival have nothing in common.

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The Troller T4's tidy footprint and short overhangs make for solid off-road action.

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The Troller T4 is powered by Ford's 3.2-liter Duratorq diesel five-cylinder, matched to a six-speed manual gearbox.

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No, you can't buy one in the US, sorry.

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 Look, dual moonroofs!

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Yep, it really does have a manual transmission, remember those?

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The non-Trail Troller T4 still looks pretty beefy.

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Believe it or not, the Troller T4 rocks a composite body -- just like a Chevy Corvette.

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Ford says the Troller T4's engine is good for 200 hp, but it isn't citing torque figures. 

In the US-spec Ford Transit Powerstroke with the same-size engine in the same configuration, Ford's commercial van generates 350 pound-feet of torque.

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Ford says the Troller T4's engine is good for 200 hp, but it isn't citing torque figures. 

In the US-spec Ford Transit Powerstroke with the same-size engine in the same configuration, Ford's commercial van generates 350 pound-feet of torque.

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No, Ford will never sell this SUV in the US, as it probably can't meet federal requirements for emissions and crash-testing, among other regulatory hurdles. 

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