The Sherp’s greatest strength is that it’s virtually unsinkable thanks to its huge self-inflating tires, each a whopping 1.6 meters across, filled with 800 liters of exhaust gases, and a unique tread, which ensures a very comfortable 6 kilometers per hour in floating mode.
Placed on solid ground, this go-anywhere vehicle, a mix between a truck and an all-terrain vehicle, can move at speeds of up to 50 km/h with its pneumatic undercarriage ensuring a smooth ride even over logs and rocks.
“Our primary goal was to ensure maximum cross-country capability. I believe that this is where this machine is second to none,” Alexei Garagashyan said.
The Sherp ATV is the prototype of mass-production off-roaders with hipper cabins and other user-friendly bells and whistles.
Russian ATVs have made a big splash with Britain’s most popular auto show naming them the very best money can buy.