Ford unveiled a trailer for its new Brouco SUV, along with a specific price tag for the littering of the Brouco line.Brouco sells for a bit more than the Jeep Wrangler.

The two-door Brouco SUV costs $29,995, including $1,495 for delivery, and the four-door Brouco SUV costs $34,695 including delivery, which is mandatory for both vehicles.

The Ford Brouco SUV comes in five packages: Entry-level, intermediate, Premium, Lux, and Sasquatch.The Sasquatch differs from its predecessors in that its base gear includes off-road specials such as electrically locked front and rear axles and Bilistein shock absorbers.

Both the premium and Lux versions have 12-inch touch screens and active safety features, but the premium version has a 10-speaker Bang&Olufsen audio system and a heated steering wheel.

Ford will announce the exact price of the five packages soon.

The Big Bend is charcoal grey and can be fitted with six terrain driving modes or GOAT modes. It has LED fog lights and 17-inch wheels, much better than the base version.

Black Diamond is suitable for off-road enthusiasts, equipped with a steel rear bumper, rock rails, strike plates, hose plug Marine vinyl interior, 17-inch wheels and 265/70 tires, plus one of five packages you can add at will.

The fourth, aimed at everyday consumers, is almost a combination of the Big Bend Trim and Mid Package, with an 18-inch wheel and 255/75 tires, although it is possible to vary the type of Package.

Consumers can also look out for the more popular Raptor version, which has a relatively powerful turbocharged 2.7-liter V6 and a seven-medium terrain driving mode.The base package is Sasquatch, but other versions are available.

The biggest seller was the first-edition accessory, which performed well in each of the other six variants, and ford increased reservations.