The Russian-made Sherp is a all-terrain vehicle with insane off-road capabilities. It's just 3.4-meters (133.85-in) long, but it has a width of 2,520 mm (99.21 in) and an identical height of 2,520 mm (99.21), which means it stands out in any company.
The SHERP's gargantuan tires are almost human-sized. The tires are more than five feet tall , 63 inches in diameter . It can easily overcome boulders, fallen trees, and any other type of obstacle that's up to 700-mm (27.5-in) high. It can even float on water at speeds of up to 6 km/h (3.7 mph), pass marches and deep snow, and can transition from water to ice like it was nothing.
By comparison to the size of the cab, they look even bigger.
Designed as low-pressure tubeless tires, they utilize pneumocirculating suspension. The tires easily adjust pressure for different types of terrain underfoot such as ice or sand – and when it hits water they transform into a sort of raft, allowing the tiny tank to automatically float.
It can function on 3 or even 2 wheels so it is safe in the event of catastrophic tire failure.
The two-person compartment is heated by the engine, the vehicle heater, or with a webasto autonomous heater. The driver uses levers to steer, accelerate, and slow the machine down, while it can ‘skid steer’ completely on the spot. It offers plenty of room for equipment beneath the floor boards, with 170 liters of cargo space.
This unique vehicle is powered by the Japanese Kubota engine and runs on diesel that uses approximately 2 – 3 litres per hour on any type of soil. It has a 5-speed manual transmission. The 1.5L 4-cylinder gets about 44 horsepower, but around 88 ft-lbs of torque. Maximum speed is approximately 25 mph, even when tackling tough terrain.
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