Welcome to Automotive Territory! If you are already here, you must be looking for a lineup of yet unseen all new-offroaders of 2020. Well, we have got you covered! This list consists of the latest introductions in the all-terrain capable family featuring both custom and production models alike! Get ready to learn about the beastly performance characteristics and prices of these mud loving giants.
Additionally, we suggest taking a look at some of the recent #AutomotiveTerritory releases:
Modern pickup trucks that need iconic retro looks: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QK-FHynh8DA
Amazing SUVs all men are going to love: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4uUH5wGq7FQ
List of all vehicles shown in this episode of the #AT_Trucks series:
New Sherp: sherpatv.com
Back in 2015, the Sherp became the original fat truck, that offered to the wide public unprecedented all-terrain capability, ease of maintenance and amphibious driving. This international phenomenon of ATVs is now arriving in the upgraded version simply labeled as the NEW Sherp.
Laffite G -Tec X-ROAD: laffitesupercars.com/galerie?lightbox=dataItem-k4xd4ygs
LAFFITE Supercars was established in 2017 as a niche automotive design and manufacturing enterprise headquartered in California. Their most recent creation, Laffite G-Tec X-Road, was inspired by the Dakar Rally buggies and is claimed to be the world’s first road legal production all-terrain supercar.
Himalaya Puma Defender 110 Crew Cab: drivehimalaya.com/Vehicle/14.html
2020 Himalaya Puma Defender 110 Crew Cab is built by the classic Land Rover restoration experts from South Carolina, and it comes powered by the modern LS3 Corvette mill.
Ford Troller TX4: media.ford.com/content/fordmedia/fsa/br/pt/media-kits/2020/trollertx4.html
Troller is a Brazilian brand, owned by Ford, that manufactures one off-road-capable truck called T4. Based on Ford Ranger platform, the model regularly competes in different off-road races, including Dakar, and starting from 2020, it gets a new top-of-the-line TX4 version with additional off-road equipment and custom interior design.
Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport R: newsroom.vw.com/vehicles/with-atlas-cross-sport-r-concept-volkswagen-races-to-the-2020-baja-1000/
VW Atlas Cross Sport R is an upcoming Baja racer that is built from a number of stock VW and custom components, with its body cues being reminiscent of the new Atlas Cross Sport 5-seater SUV.
APG Ford Ranger Prorunner: automotiveperformancegroup.com/ranger-prorunner
The beastly Raptor version of the Ranger is not sold in the US, so those buyers who are in search of a more offroady version of the truck have a choice to either go for the stock FX4 Off road package from Ford or work with the custom tuners like APG to get the Prorunner Series 1 package.
Nissan Frontier Desert Runner Custom: usa.nissannews.com/en-US/releases/release-30c9d68a41450dc263b76b0af7007204-nissan-at-sema-2019-high-power-nismo-designed-performance-makeovers-take-the-spotlight
2020 Nissan Frontier Desert Runner Custom is a one-off truck developed by Nissan’s Motorsports division and MA Motorsports, borrowing a 5.6L Endurance V8 from the Titan and upgrading it with a turbocharger.
Fat Truck: fattruck.com
Do not confuse the Fat Truck off-roader with the Sherp, at least as claimed by the manufacturer by Zeal Motor Inc., this is a whole new thing designed and manufactured in Canada.
Ford Bronco R: media.ford.com/content/fordmedia/fna/us/en/news/2019/11/04/ford-back-in-the-saddle-bronco-r.html
2021 Ford Bronco R is a prototype version of the upcoming Ford Bronco pickup, that was built to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Rod Hall’s historic Baja 1000 win and compete in 2019 Baja 1000 race.
Jeep Gladiator Mojave: media.fcanorthamerica.com/mediacenter.do?method=viewChannel&cid=198e813db92
2020 Jeep Gladiator Mojave is an off-road focused Gladiator pickup that rides on a specifically tuned suspension featuring 2.5-inch Fox internal bypass shocks with remote reservoirs and gets a number of exterior modifications.
GMC Canyon AT4: media.gmc.com/media/us/en/gmc/home.detail.html/content/Pages/news/us/en/2020/jan/0113-canyon.html
GMC plans to introduce off-road AT4 models across its entire range, and as a part of the upcoming 2021 facelift, the GMC Canyon mid-size pickup also receives one.