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This cute little truck can take you almost anywhere

By Faiming_low on 12 Feb 2016 in Other News

Attached Image Built by a Russian, this little truck is one of the most impressive all terrain vehicle produced. Called the Sherp, its builder, Alexei Garagashyan reckons it can tackle almost anything, including going into the lake as shown in the video below. Yes, it is able to wade through deep waters at maximum speed of 6km/h. It can mount obstacles as tall as 70cm too, thanks to its huge self-inflating tyres.

Powered by a 1.5-litre diesel engine that has 44bhp, the Sherp can hit a top speed of 45km/h and weighs just 1300kg. If you look closely enough, you can also spot it turning within its own length, as it has a skid-steer system.



sherp, russian, atv

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ER-3682 Feb 14 2016 01:57 PM

The "BobCats" used in small construction site used the same concept,except this is bigger,the tyres can lasts in Icy road...but will cost a bomb to replace....the good thing is this thing can float in water,why "S.T." cannot think of this.?

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