Auto company Mahindra is mostly known in North America for compact garden and lawn tractors, but the brand created a new tiny 4x4 truck, the 'Roxor,' to be built in Detroit and sold all over America.
The Roxor off-roading truck is a popular model in places around the world such as India, but has never been sold in the US before.
These trucks resemble the well known Jeep CJ -- with the brand holding a license since 1947 to manufacture civilian versions of Jeep's classic car. This truck is equipped with a five-speed manual transmission, a 2.5-liter inline-four putting out 62 horsepower.
The new tiny 4x4 truck Roxor will be sold in the US as a side-by-side utility vehicle, making it only available to be driven off-road.