The T-REX gasoline powertrain has a $95,000 MSRP, and the 100kWh BEV powertrain $120,000 MSRP. BREMACH is taking civilian and commercial advanced reservations, and will be at the NADA Expo in San Francisco in February, 2011.
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Chino, CA (PRWEB) November 1, 2010
BREMACH is proud to formally announce its entry into the North American class-3 market with the truck of the future: The BREMACH T-REX extreme-duty 4x4.
BREMACH’s 10,000+ lb GVWR T-REX offers certain features and systems as standard across powertrains and fuel types, including:
- Best-in-Class 3.87 ton payload
- Eight (8) forward torque / gear settings
- Brembo disc brakes and Bosch ABS on all four (4) wheels
- Permanent four-wheel-drive
- Heavy-Duty trans and suspension
- Auto electric locking rear differential
- Non-petroleum-based oil / lubricants
The MSRP on a gasoline fuel T-REX starts at $95,000, which offers a GM 6.0 liter engine at 323 HP and 373 foot pounds of torque. An ICE T-REX “show vehicle” will be displayed at SEMA.
BREMACH will also soon unveil its 100% electric (BEV) T-REX powertrain. This 100 kWh system has a 200kW peak and 150kW continuous drive motor and an MSRP of just $120,000 (for which there are numerous large tax incentives). Additional alternative fuel T-REX powertrains are under development for 2011 release.
The T-REX was designed and is built to ensure the vehicle’s performance, utility, and long-term value is as attractive as its Italian-designed front fascia. This is the truck of the future…mechanically advanced, robust, beautiful, loaded with state-of-the-art technology, and surprisingly agile. If you want the best and what it offers, we invite you to schedule a BREMACH T-REX test drive today.
BREMACH is taking civilian and commercial advanced reservations for the ICE, hybrid, and BEV powertrain models. Please contact BREMACH as to specific unit order price quotes and/or to schedule a test drive. Interested auto dealers should contact BREMACH and/or visit its booth at the NADA Expo in San Francisco in February, 2011. Commercial and municipal financing is via Alliance Funding Group.