6 Peoples Reactions to the CRAZY 900hp 3Dx Evo
We had a blast giving people rides in the Evo, even had a guest driver when
we gave Miss Thai Thai a ride after her photo shoot! See what people
thought about the car, caught a lot of people off guard.
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Thomson Reuters Eikon Polar being built in Iceland
In December 2011 a three man team will set out in one of our Arctic Trucks
built vehicles with the aim of beating the old Guinness World Record set in
2005 going from Patriot Hills to South Pole in under 3 days with an average
speed of nearly 16km/h to mark the 100 years anniversary of the first
successful attempt by Roald Amundsen.
The challenge is to improve the current Guinness World Record, driving from
Patriot Hills on the Antarctica coast to the South Pole, over 1100 km
distance each way
The vehicle used for this attempt is an AT44 built on Toyota Tacoma with a
unique styling by Ian Nisbett Design.
More information: http://www.antarcticachallenge.com/?pageid=5022&
This video show the making of the car by Arctic Trucks in Iceland.
4x4. Тест Toyota Hilux.
Тестируем новый Toyota Hilux, геометрическая
Также засветился Патриот и 469-й..и супер
не скажу какой :)
Arctic Trucks' Toyota Hilux pickup truck from BBC Top Gear TV show
Did you see the North Pole episode of BBC's Top Gear TV show? Ever wonder
where they get their ideas? Here's behind-the-scenes footage of Arctic
Trucks engineering the same Toyota Hilux pickups used by Top Gear for its
adventure. The Reykjavik-based Icelandic company prepares the Hilux with
special parts such as its 38" tires to cope with extreme conditions. It
even is offers trips of between two- and five-days or longer expeditions
through the wild landscape of Iceland. You can read the full story at
eurotuner.com in the News section.
Toyota Hilux Antarctica challenge - Video
Legendary Toyota Hilux 2010 - Proving itself the most reliable, rapid and
cost-effective expedition transport in Antarctica
· Four Hilux travel over 4,600 km across Antarctica with temperature down
to minus 56°C and altitude of 3,400 m.
· Lower fuel consumption and higher average speed than any equivalent
· Adapted by Icelandic 4X4 conversion specialists Arctic Trucks to tackle
the extreme terrain and condition.
· 3.0-litre D-4D diesel unchanged for the expedition, demonstrating
legendary Hilux Quality, Durability and Reliability.
More information on http://toyota.eu/about/Pages/news.aspx