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Friday, May 1, 2015

Newest American Military-style SUV

After the American's military-style SUV renowned brand, Hummer was not produced anymore even though there are still many who want to have it to this day.

However, another Amrerican automaker company, US Specialty Vehicles (USSV) offers a 'Rhino GX,' a military-style car that is not less manly.

As reported by FoxNews on Tuesday, April 28, 2015, the SUV was built on the chassis of Ford F-150 and the whole body covered by steel. As the manufacturer of the car, USSV pinned a Ford's V10 petrol engine with a capacity of 6,800 cc.
US Specialty Vehicles Rhino GX, the new American military style SUV. (Picture from: http://fxn.ws/1HMqZoY)
The custom versions are also offered. "In the future will also be offered a diesel-engined variant," said Tim Tang, USSV founder. He also mentioned, that Rhino GX has a height of 2.3 meters, width of 2.5 meters and uses four 38-inches tires.
Rear side view of USSV Rhino GX. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1HMyNXV)
For its rear suspension use the Liquid Spring CLASS hydraulic that can be tailored to the needs through computer settings. Thus, comfort and ease of handling more secure.
Luxury interior view of USSV Rhino GX with three-row seating layout. (Picture from: http://fxn.ws/1HMqZoY)
Despite the car has more thick military aura outside but the luxurious touches also not forget served inside. The first-class leather-upholstered and wood-trimmed interior can be outfitted pretty much any way a customer desires. Two and three-row seating layouts are available, including one that is essentially a rolling screening room with rear-facing second row recliners and large flat-screen TV.
A big screen TV installed inside the USSV Rhino GX with two-row seating layout. (Picture from: http://fxn.ws/1HMqZoY)
Then a large flat screen television can be enjoyed while sitting in an overstuffed seat that can be rotated or up and down. Understandably, to build the car, USSV has poured millions of dollars.

The design of the car also involves famous names. Tim Tang has been hiring David Hilton, a former Ford and Bentley designer to build the car. He is believed to finalize all of the car building processes. In the first phase, Rhino GX will be made as much as 80 units, and China became the first target of the car sales under the G. Patton name.
The car launching will be officially carried out at the SEMA show in Las Vegas, United States of America in the autumn of this year, and the ordering will officially started on September with the prices starting at US. $70,000 or approximately Rp.910 million. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES  | US SPECIALTY VEHICLES | FOXNEWS]
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