Volvo TP21 is a full-scale off-road 4WD for military produced for Swedish military. It is said that 720 units were produced from 1953 to 1958. For military use, he earned a nickname "Sugga (= Pig)" from his lovely appearance.
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It looks like a TP21 Sugga, but the mechanical part is a hybrid model called Steyr-Daimler-Puch or Mercedes-Benz Geländewagen (Probably 280 GE). As you can see from the loud coloring, it was made for promotion by a famous energy drink company, and it worked as a DJ car for the event.
It has 4 doors, but when you open the rear door, there is a DJ booth, and 2 Bravia 40 inch monitors are built in. The riding capacity is 2 people!
Featuring a retro dashboard reminiscent of the TP 21, a Mercedes-Benz feel to be seen here and there, and seats designed for the Ferrari 360 modela, the car is in an interesting design.
I took a test drive a little, and it felt like an old G class. The good news is that the air conditioner works well and I didn't feel any danger with the engine system. More than anything, the attention level is great!
Red Bull paint is being revived by the current owner, but of course it is not allowed and cannot be used for commercial use. The turntable has been removed and cannot currently be used as a DJ car. But the monitor works fine, so you can use it for fun if you have an idea. It all depends on your sense.