Now here you have an alternative to the routine exercise of hitting horse’s asses as Roush has developed a sedan with a rear-mounted chalet for the eloquent purpose of hauling a crew of three. On first glimpse, it seemed no less than an antique piece designed ages-ago but to my much-surprise it is the latest offering by Roush Technologies for Turkish-based Kurt Systems (racehorse and camel training Equipment Company). Aimed at training horses for races, it enables trainers to stay nearby animals while schooling them and examining their critical signs. It’s defined and restricted speed ranges from walking to 60kph.
Very often visible on the road, the vehicle features an open front booth allowing the animal to run with a suspension partially F-150 based and power supplied by Volvo’s 2.4-liter five-cylinder engine captivated up to a routine diffusion and driving. The vehicle is expected to undergo production very soon.
Via AutoBlog/ SlipperyBrick / OhGizmo