American manufacturer of three-wheeled motorcycles Vanderhall has introduced a new model called Brawley. This is an electric SUV in the style of a Jeep Wrangler Xtreme Recon or Ford Bronco Badlands Sasquatch, fitted with 35-inch Outside tires, long-travel suspension and carbon-ceramic side brakes.
The top-of-the-line Vanderhall Brawley, formerly known as Navarro, will rely on four electric motors with a combined capacity of 405 horsepower and 651 Nm of torque. Each of them, together with an inverter, gearbox, brakes and cooling system, are assembled into a single unit. A battery with a capacity of 40 or 60 kilowatt-hours, consisting of NMC-cells (nickel-manganese-cobalt), will provide up to 322 kilometers on a single charge. The battery is thermoregulated and supports fast charging up to 80 percent in less than an hour.
The SUV will be equipped with tires with an outer diameter of 35 inches and shock absorbers with internal bypass valves. The suspension travels are 560 millimeters. The equipment of Brawley will include a removable roof, a leather-covered steering wheel, a heating and air conditioning system, an audio system with Bluetooth. There are four seats. The list of options includes windscreen wipers, heated seats and a system for measuring speed and distance to other cars.
In the Vanderhall range, the battery-powered Brawley will accompany Carmel, Edison and Venice motorcycles. The first is the most expensive. Its cost reaches $ 46,950. The Carmel is driven by a “turbo four” 1.5 with a return of 197 horsepower and 275 Nm of torque, combined with a six-speed automatic.