The upcoming Vanderhall Brawley electric UTV sports some absolutely insane on-paper specs. The company is promising more than 400 hp, 200-plus miles of range, and 22 inches of suspension travel. But as with any electrics, questions linger about its true range, and how it will handle inclement weather.
If this clip is to be believed, prospective owners have nothing to worry about. Vanderhall claims this clip was shot on a balmy -5-degree day. In the Brawley’s fully enclosed cab, though, things are a much more reasonable 75 degrees. Not only that, but the Brawley absolutely shrugs off the frigid winter day, ripping through snowbanks and frozen mud without flinching.
This is but a short look at a Brawley in the wild, and without a longer video that verifies mileage and time, there’s no way to know its true range. But by all appearances, the Brawley will be the real deal when it debuts. Preorders are already open for the Vanderhall Brawley, which starts at $34,950 before taxes and destination.
That’s anything but affordable, but when you consider the tech that goes into electric machines and that this one sports a heated and cooled cab right out of the box, it starts to look like more of a value proposition.
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