These Vehicles are SO EXTREME you won’t even believe they exist!
10: Tricycle Ice
This vehicle is great or ALL extreme weather conditions. It has the ability to travel across the South Pole! It allows for maximum capacity at minimum effort…for a tricycle that is!
9: Winston Wong Bio Biv
This is the FIRST vehicle intentionally made to move around on ice using biofuel! How cool is that?? ALSO, it can reach a speed of 84 miles per hour. WHAT?
It’s got GIANT tires and can definitely go in all terrain and because of these balloon-like big tires, it can even FLOAT ON WATER. It’s like driving a mini monster truck!
7: Todoterreno Sutra
This bad boy is HUGE! It’s 8 feet by 8 feet and can hold up to 10 people. It has the ability to separate into two halves! It’s flexibility allows it to move on hard terrains.
6: SUV de Alambre Extreme
This vehicle has absolutely NO problem getting over obstacles in the road. It has 4 independent wheels mounted on a 2 meter vertical arm, which allows it to climb some CRAZY hills! Each arm is articulated which allows them to go up or down depending on the hills!
5: Hammacher Schlemmer Hovercraft
This cool vehicle has the ability to fly 15 meters above the water’s surface. It can REALLY FLY and reach up to 62 miles per hour! You can get it for a small price of $230,000…
4: ATV Catco
These are trucks that travel across Alaska, transporting fuel and heavy machinery. These trucks can have up to 14 tires! FUN FACT: These tires aren’t any regular, old tires. They’re pretty much giant low pressure air bags that have the ability to float across the giant tundra that is Alaska, without damaging it.
3: Sno Cat
This cool cat was used to in expeditions called The Commonwealth Transatlantic Expeditions. They fought against HORRIBLE weather and all terrains! It was built in the second half of the twentieth century. Its tracks are connected and can rotate on its access, which means it can cross lots of types of terrain.
This is a snow tractor manufactured in the 50s! This vehicle was built to explore the South Pole. It is HUGE. About 30 Square Meters, which means it can carry about 10 passengers! It can only travel at about 11 miles per hour, but it can tow a 70 ton trailer!
1: Halley Research Station – a mobile base
This mobile research base is located in Antarctica! This station is made to withstand and adapt the constantly moving glaciers in Antarctica! It is segmented into 8 modules, each sitting on top of ski fitted hydraulic legs, which prevent the stations from being covered by snow as they can be individually raised! HOW COOL!!