The major idea behind an SUV is sports utility. So basically, engineers who develop these machines give us their blessings to use them in the toughest off-roading conditions. Today’s episode will take us through a lineup of the newest 4×4 models of 2023 that will laugh at all-terrain challenges that you can throw at them.
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#1 Brabus Crawler
Based on the Mercedes AMG G63, BRABUS CRAWLER gets an in-house developed chassis from Brabus and a heavily modified 4.4L Rocket 900 V8 Biturbo that peaks at 900 hps and 922 lb-ft.
#2 2023 Nissan JUKE Hybrid Rally Tribute
2023 Nissan JUKE Hybrid Rally Tribute is concept vehicle dedicated to the model’s European release, that also remembers the company’s successes in the 1971 and 1973 East Africa Safari Rallies.
#3 2023 Ford Bronco Raptor
2023 Ford Bronco Raptor becomes the 3rd Raptor model from the brand and offers dramatic improvements in the off-road capabilities department.
#4 2023 Land Rover Defender 130
2023 Land Rover Defender 130 is a stretched version of the 110 that adds 13.38inch in overall length and keeps the model’s usual off-road skills.
#5 2023 Mercedes-AMG G63 4×42
2023 Mercedes-AMG G63 4×42 is a very special member of the company’s range that continues the tradition of the first 4×4 2 model.
#6 2023 Toyota Sequoia TRD Pro
The TRD Pro trim joins the ranks of the Sequoia range for the first time in 2023, as a part of the generation overhaul for the ginormous 3-row. The should appeal to customer who need to carry lots of people day to day, and would not mind to adventure with the entire family on the weekends.
#7 2023 Ford Everest
The body-on-frame 2023 Ford Everest is a sibling of the Ford Ranger truck, so naturally, it packs plenty of off-roading potential. The model gains tweaked suspension setting, underbody protection, and either part-time or permanent 4WD to choose from.
#8 2023 Range Rover Sport
2023 Range Rover Sport uses the new MLA-Flex architecture, offers electrified engine portfolio and easily ventures off-road if its driver wants to.