The Derways Antelope is a pickup truck manufactured and marketed by Derways Automobile Company located in Cherkessk, Russia.
History of Derways Antelope
Derways Antelope is among the 7 Derways vehicles currently on the market. It exists in 1 generation and 1 modification in all. The car manufacturer released and discontinued the Antelope model in 2007. Derways sold the Antelope as a pickup coupe-style vehicle with Petrol (Gasoline) engine available.
Derways Antelope boats many features to satisfy its customers. The total length of this pickup truck measures 4,985 mm, with a width of 1,800 mm and a height of 1,885 mm. The wheelbase for the Derways Antelope is 2,760 mm. The front wheels track measures 1,510 mm, while the length of the rear wheels track is 1,490 mm. The ground clearance lets an off-road enthusiast enjoy the experience with a measurement of 220mm. Derways antelope has front independent wishbone suspension and rear spring dependent suspension systems. Front brakes include ventilated discs, while rear brakes are made of drum brake systems. Drivers can enjoy the Derways Antelope with its power steering features, and the pickup truck also comes with four doors and a 5-seating capacity.
The Derways Antelope engine delivers 126 hp (93 kW) at 5,250 rpm and 140 lb-ft (190 Nm) at 4,200 rpm of torque. Derways sold the Antelope model as a four-wheel-drive (FWD) powered by a 2.4L DOHC 4-valve engine.
Derways released the Antelope pickup truck in 2007 and discontinued the model in the same year.