ARCTIC TRUCKS @ SOUTH POLE feat. Arctic Expedition AT44

Awesome video of Arctic Trucks (http://www.arctictrucks.com) month-long round-trip of 4,600 km (2,858 miles) across Antarctica. Check out Arctic Trucks "Polar Special" 38" tires now on sale on the **New** ARCTIC TRUCKS BAY STORE: http://www.ebay.com/sch/arctic.trucks/m.html Arctic Trucks International with its headquarters in Iceland, is a world-leader in the production of specialist high-mobility, extended capability and extreme performance vehicles for off-road use in challenging terrain and extreme cold. Arctic Trucks supplies vehicles for expedition, industrial, military, emergency services, adventure tourism and other professional uses. Arctic Trucks, which was founded in 1990, is a second-stage manufacturer and modifier of vehicles, offering deep expertise and access to technology to extend the dynamic envelope of vehicle usage, as well as enabling faster, lower cost access to remote areas. Proprietary vehicle technologies are applied to existing trusted subframes and chassis from major motor manufacturer including Toyota, Nissan and Mercedes. Arctic Trucks vehicles are available internationally through local distributorships in key markets, as well as via central purchasing from its headquarters in Iceland. --- New World Record for Fastest Vehicles across Antarctica to The South Pole http://eon.businesswire.com/news/eon/20111011007325/en/fastest/expedition/vehicles Two Arctic Trucks AT44 Expedition vehicles have set a new Guinness World Record for the fastest overland journey to the South Pole, crossing 2308km of the Antarctica High Plateau from Novo to the South Pole in 4.5 days. Arctic Trucks International (www.arctictrucks.com) announced today that a new world record of the fastest overland journey to the South Pole has been officially recognized by Guinness World Records. In December 2010 two Arctic Trucks vehicles crossed 2308km of the Antarctica High Plateau from Novolazarevskaya station (Novo) to the South Pole in 108 hours (4.5 days). The purpose-built AT Expedition vehicles, based around a Toyota Hilux platform, traveled at an average speed to South Pole of 21.4km/h and average fuel efficiency of 2.2km/per liter, with only a single refueling stop on the way. An unofficial improvement on the record itself was achieved for the return journey, which was faster still at only 3.5 days, averaging 27.5km/h. No comparable speed or fuel efficiency has ever been recorded for high plateau expeditions in Antarctica. Arctic Trucks built vehicles have now clocked over eighty thousand kilometers on the plateau, proving new benchmarks for speed, range, reliability and fuel efficiency for overland travel in this area. The two Arctic Trucks vehicles used for this round trip were both Arctic Trucks Expedition AT44 models. Arctic Trucks designs and builds these vehicles based around the Toyota Hilux 3.0 liter turbo diesel. About Arctic Trucks Arctic Trucks International (http://www.arctictrucks.com) with its headquarters in Iceland, is a world-leader in the production of specialist high-mobility, extended capability and extreme performance vehicles for off-road use in challenging terrain and extreme cold. Arctic Trucks supplies vehicles for expedition, industrial, military, emergency services, adventure tourism and other professional uses. Arctic Trucks, which was founded in 1990, is a second-stage manufacturer and modifier of vehicles, offering deep expertise and access to technology to extend the dynamic envelope of vehicle usage, as well as enabling faster, lower cost access to remote areas. Proprietary vehicle technologies are applied to existing trusted subframes and chassis from major motor manufacturer including Toyota, Nissan and Mercedes. Arctic Trucks vehicles are available internationally through local distributorships in key markets, as well as via central purchasing from its headquarters in Iceland. Arctic Trucks New eBAY Store Genuine Arctic Trucks Parts & Accessories http://www.ebay.com/sch/arctic.trucks/m.html

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