In some parts of Russia, the weather conditions are harsh and many lakes and rivers are accordingly permanently iced. With a vehicle called Sherp ATV it should still be a problem, to cross waters, which are covered by a layer of ice - even if it is still so thin. Thanks to its fairly low weight of 1,300 kilograms and its huge tires it is not under the water. The Sherp ATV is equipped with a four-cylinder engine, Although the only 44 PS applies, the vehicle on the open road but up to 45 km / h speed. In the water there are at least six kilometers per hour. He also goes smoothly over 70 Centimeter high obstacles. The standard version costs just 58.000 Euro, for an extra charge are extra stronger spotlight, a generator, a trailer, or an additional tank available.
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