Dejong is a German company that makes off-roading cars for a living.
The company was founded in 2002 and since then has built a loyal following of off-grid enthusiasts.
One of their latest products is the Off-road car, which is based on a design by the German company Dejong.
This is Dejong’s first off- road car, and it is designed to take advantage of the off- grid lifestyle.
Dejong says it is a “great, versatile and comfortable” off-the-grid solution for those who like to travel on the roads without having to worry about the car breaking down.
The Off-roader can reach speeds of up to 70 miles per hour.
The car features a variety of off road equipment, including a rear rack and a power steering system, along with a battery and electric power steering.
The battery pack also provides enough juice for the vehicle to run for six hours on a single charge.
A rear rack on the vehicle allows the vehicle and the rider to attach a pair of GPS tracking devices, a GPS receiver, a speedometer and a compass.
This will give the Offroader some great off- the-grid options, but it is also meant to give the rider some great comfort and convenience.
The vehicle is built for off-gassing, which means that the car is designed so that the vehicle does not need to be loaded with anything to travel.
The off-board cargo space is approximately 25 feet (8 meters) wide and about 35 feet (12 meters) long.
There are three different configurations of the vehicle: the Offgrid, which has a standard-length cargo compartment; a “gated” Off-grid version; and a “sled-like” Offgrid version.
The first Off- Grid version is the standard Off- Road version, which comes in at 2,800 pounds (1,800 kilograms) when fully loaded with a full load of food and water.
The second Off-Gated version is called the “Gated” version, and weighs only 1,200 pounds (750 kilograms).
The Offgrid is also designed to be completely self-sufficient.
It can go anywhere in the world, and Dejong has built the vehicle for anyone in need of a car.
De Jong has said that its Off-gated Off-Grid car can travel up to 5 miles per gallon (6.3 kilometers per liter) and is capable of taking on a 2,000 pound (1.8 metric ton) load.
It is also able to travel from its headquarters in Germany to the United States in just 10 hours.
De Golfe Off-Ramp The Offroad Car features an innovative design that allows it to go anywhere on the planet.
The De Golfes off-ramp can accommodate up to a 40-foot (12.5 meters) payload.
This means that it can travel from the desert of Arizona to the mountains of North Dakota.
It also allows the Offroader to travel at speeds up to 90 miles per day.
The only drawback of this vehicle is that it is not quite as self-contained as the standard-size Off- road version.
In fact, De Golfean’s Off-ramps are not designed to support cargo as well as the Offramp, but they are meant to support the vehicle’s passengers.
The de Golfe has a four-wheeled “saddle” which is attached to the car by means of four bolts and two wheels.
The “saddler” can carry the vehicle on two wheels and a backpack.
The saddler also carries the cargo, and the car can be set up for a maximum of three people.
It weighs 1,400 pounds (680 kilograms).
It can travel for up to 12 hours on just one charge.
This vehicle is also made for use on the road, and there are plans to develop a fully self-sustaining version.
De Garde Offroad The De Gardes Offroad is designed for use as a off-ground vehicle.
The rear deck has a built-in water filter.
This system can filter out water from the car, but also remove the salt water from vehicles and from surrounding areas.
This makes the vehicle ideal for a range of uses, from camping, to hiking, to sailing, to exploring.
The front and rear decks are each equipped with solar panels, and solar water filters.
These solar panels can filter water from around the vehicle from up to 25 miles away.
There is also a solar battery system, which allows the car to go for up 25 miles on just 1 charge.
The wheels are made from magnesium alloy, which gives the car its unique look and feel.
The road wheels are designed for the De Gardean Offroad to go from zero to 100 miles per charge in about 20 minutes.
The driving range is set at 5,000 miles.
De Jiggers Off-Track The De Jigs Off-track is the De Golfee’s most popular