Toro Bravo 4×4 Unveils Roush-built 2024 Silver Spear Multi-purpose Vehicle

California-based Toro Bravo 4×4 has unveiled its 2024 Silver Spear all-in-one work truck, RV, and toy hauler being built in Livonia by Roush.
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Toro Bravo 4×4’s 2024 Silver Spear is built off the Ford F-450 chassis by Roush in Livonia. // Photo courtesy of Toro Bravo 4×4

California-based Toro Bravo 4×4 has unveiled its 2024 Silver Spear all-in-one work truck, RV, and toy hauler being built in Livonia by Roush.

The multi-purpose vehicle, which is built off of a Ford F-450 chassis, begins production in January 2024 and will be available through RV dealerships in March 2024 with an MSRP of $299,000.

“We’re proud to create this vehicle in a city and state whose innovation is at an all-time high and whose passion for automotive culture matches ours,” says Jeff Rohrer, founder and CEO of Toto Bravo 4×4. “We are committed to durability, excellence, and a price that will democratize 4×4 off-grid overlanding. The Silver Spear brings new-to-market features including a rear tailgate that opens for practical loading and unloading of work tools, equipment, gear, and toys.”

The Silver Spear’s modular design, open floor plan, and back ramp gives the vehicle multiple work applications allowing the space to be customized based on the customer’s preferred use.

It transforms from day to night or weekday to weekend, the company says, offering a queen-sized bed, stainless steel shower, wet bath, two ceiling mounted bunk beds, and a portable 25-gallon dual-zone powered cooler. The ramp has a dual use when positioned at 90 degrees, transforming into a porch, cook station, or workbench.

For remote working or getting off the grid, the Silver Spear supports six solar panels, 600 amp hours of battery storage, 30 gallons of freshwater storage, and 30 gallons of greywater storage. It also features a modular 3-D printed kitchen system. Toro Bravo says it selected top-market components for the vehicle’s awning, ramp, doors, windows, heat, water heater, air conditioning, and solar array that are backed by companies who are well known and respected in the RV marketplace.

“There is nothing else on the market like the Silver Spear, designed for contractors, hunters, fisherman, families, people who like to haul toys and those who would prefer to haul gear to the outdoors instead of hauling their living room to a campsite like the rest of the RVs on the market,” says Rohrer.

“There is a new generation of RV customers and overlanders looking for a vehicle like the Silver Spear and now it has arrived. With RV sales expected to see a 22 percent to 24 percent growth industry wide from 2023 to 2024 according to the RV Association, the Toro Bravo 4×4 Silver Spear stands out from competitors, many of which are 4×2 with limits to roadside travel and off-road capabilities. Silver Spear users can choose the roads less traveled and get away from the crowds in shore power campgrounds with all the comforts of home.”

Built for hardcore exploration, the Silver Spear features factory four-wheel drive running on 35-inch BFG K02 tires, interior toy hauling, and towing capability for boats, jet skis, UTVs, horse trailers, and more.

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The Toro Bravo 4×4 2024 Silver Spear all-in-one work truck, RV, and toy hauler built in Livonia by Roush was made to go places that normal RVs might have difficulty reaching. // Photo courtesy of Toro Bravo 4×4