Bremach fire engine.

Bremach was an Italian manufacturer of tactical trucks specializing in the manufacturing of military vehicles and 4WD fire engines.


— produced by Bremach

Bremach was founded in 1956 in the city of Varese (northern Italy) by the Brenna brothers, the owners of a repair workshop. They purchased the license for the production of the three-wheeler Macchi MB1 motorcycle from Aermacchi. The name Bremach was formed by the combination of BREnna and MAcCHi.[1]

In 1983 the company began production of its most famous car series GR (4x4). It includes a unified multi-purpose, all-wheel drive car bonnet GR35 and GR45 full weight of 3.5-4.5 with a four-cylinder 2.5-liter diesel engine IVECO 7 hp (with turbo charging - 103 hp).

In 1993, the issue was launched low-frame chassis BRIO (Brio) 4x2 with engine 75 hp for municipal services. Overall height (1820 mm) allows their use in low confined areas.

By 2000, Bremach Industry was facing financial difficulties and it was decided to merge with companies Pro. DE and VALSELLA MECCANOTECNICA.

From 2001 to 2002, it offered a new all-wheel drive Bremach family Extreme (Extreme). Technically, the new machines Bremach Brick and Extreme (4x4) do not differ from the previous series of GR. They were still equipped with the 2.8-liter diesel engine IVECO 8140.43 with direct fuel injection and turbocharging, developing 105 hp and to comply with Euro-3.

Bremach Job

Since 2006, Bremach offers a completely redesigned range of cars Brick, Extreme and Job with updated cabins, having a streamlined front fascia with round plastic hood and distinctive drop-shaped glass headlights. Technically Bremach Brick and Extreme (4x4) are not much different from the previous series of GR. The main difference between highway "hard workers" from their counterparts - the possibility of a complete set air suspension and 146-horsepower turbodiesel allowing laden car to reach speeds up to 125 km / h. These chassis have chosen the company, the creators of technology for the police and other law enforcement agencies, as well as ambulances [source not specified 670 days].

Since 2008, it has presented a new Bremach T-REX which replaced the old lineup. Its peculiarity transmission consisting of a base mechanical six-speed ZF transmission with a two-stage transfer case, providing up to 24 forward gears and four back. The suspension of the machine consists of a beam axle on the springs, and the new cab T-REX is the main feature of the previous models, it has a completely new design, improved visibility and heavy-duty space frame, which had previously only been used in aircraft and race cars of Formula 1 [citation Set 670 days].

Bremach T Rex

In 2009, Bremach Industry in conjunction with the Ulyanovsk Automobile Plant started development of a new special truck chassis-based Bremach-UAZ T-REX. It was assumed that the cars UAZ T-REX terrain capacity of up to 3.5 tonnes would be made under the orders of end customers for the needs of the road construction sector, government agencies, as well as special vehicles for the emergency operation at processing facilities in remote regions. As far as is known from reliable sources, this project has not received further development.

In 2011, Bremach released the demokar electric Bremach T-REX EV. Frame cabin, an "adaptive spatial framework", which is strengthened with high-strength steel, capable of withstanding a load of 5+1 G. The heart of the T-REX is the roll bar which avoids any cracks and deformations, even in the case of very heavy loads. In Germany, the cars were subject to heavy military tests (virtual and real), and they were assigned the necessary certificates for art through KMW. The small size and high load capacity electric Bremach T-REX revolutionized the field of special transport at the international level. Specially made for this project, Bremach is used today only in the areas of aerospace and aviation.

In 2015, the production rights of the T-Rex was sold to Tekne, BREMACH s.r.l. filed for bankruptcy. The naming rights remain with BREMACH s.r.l. In March of 2018 bankrupty was declared complete [2].

Production models

  • 1956: merger of Aeronautica Macchi products
  • 1960: Bremach GR
  • 1970: Bremach NGR
  • 1980: Bremach Brio
  • 1990: Bremach Job X4
  • 2000: Bremach Job X2
  • 2005: Bremach Job

Bremach T-Rex



  • Open (SPIDER) for 2 seats.
  • Single (SINGOLA) - 2-3 single place.
  • Dual (DOPPIA) - double for 5-6 places.


  • IVECO FIA 2.3 liter. - 116 HP
  • IVECO FIC 3.0 liters. - 170 HP

Wheelbase: 2600/3100/3450/3700 mm depending on version


  • Manual - ZF S4000 (6 + 1)
  • Automatic - Allison 1000Sp (5 + 1)
  • Transfer Case - Bremach


  • Permanent four-wheel drive
  • Gross vehicle weight of 3500 to 6500 kg

See also

Similar vehicles


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