Sneak Peek! TORSUS TERRASTORM

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  • TORSUS TERRASTORM is engineered to be the world’s most capable 4×4 minibus
  • TERRASTORM will be on-sale in Q3 2020
  • Based on the Volkswagen Crafter/MAN TGE chassis and powered by advanced engines and drivetrains
  • First tease photo offers a glimpse into the vehicle’s rugged capability
  • Able to transport up to 21 passengers depending on configuration

TORSUS, manufacturer of the world’s toughest, heavy-duty off-road buses, is set to cause a stir in the commercial vehicle sector with its latest model, TERRASTORM, due for release later this month.

The 4×4 TORSUS TERRASTORM, based on a Volkswagen Crafter 4Motion chassis, features uprated heavy-duty off-road suspension and is powered by EURO 6 engines will reach places that other vehicles will not be able to get to. Offered in a variety of configurations, it will appeal to people, businesses and organisations that need a truly dependable, rugged and incredibly capable vehicle. It is a vehicle engineered to be ready to transport people and cargo to and from some of the toughest jobs such as mining and emergency aid wherever and whenever it is needed – no matter the location.

Vakhtang Dzhukashvili, founder and CEO of TORSUS said: “At TORSUS, we are breaking new ground by designing, developing and manufacturing the world’s toughest off-road buses. In the all-new TERRASTORM we signal our ambition to set new standards in the heavy-duty 4×4 minibus market across some of the toughest industries known to man. We built TORSUS to be a trailblazer and redefine the way people think about commercial vehicles, and the TORSUS TERRASTORM is the next step on our journey to make this reality.”

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