Extreme AMPHIBIOUS Russian offroad vehicle: Aton-Impulse VIKING-2992
4x4xAMPHIBIOUS, VIKING combines the best of extreme off-road with internal
floatation and water-jet powered amphibious capability.
The ATON IMPULSE VIKING-2992 is a unique special purpose vehicle, ideal for
heavy industry, exploration, arctic use, flood-relief, NGOs, rescue and
emergency services. VIKING is the only amphibious off-road vehicle in the
world to have passed through certification to meet UN/ECE regulations for
unrestricted ON-ROAD USE.
VIKING's world-leading amphibious capabilities are based around its
purpose-designed flotation construction, centrally mounted engine and
powerful water-jet propulsion enable it to ford open water at speeds of up
to 15 km/h. The vehicle's wheels may be optionally engaged while in
amphibious mode, providing unique ability to cope with shallow water and to
transit the challenging littoral zone, where other vehicles commonly become
stuck in soft mud.
Off-road, VIKING is overwhelmingly superior to comparable amphibians, with
cross-country ability akin to tracked vehicles. High maneuverability,
turn-over resistance and endurance provide safety and comfort in remote or
With a curb weight of only 1.46 tonnes, riding on giant 1300x600x533 tires,
VIKING's exceptionally low ground pressure enables it to "float" on soft
snow surfaces and avoids damage to sensitive environments. VIKING has
independent pneumatic front and rear wheel suspension with adjustable
clearance and a tire air-pressure adjustment system operable from the cab
while driving the vehicle.
VIKING's is designed for security and endurance rather than high speed,
which in any case is hazardous on rough terrain. Top speed on-road is 50
mph at 16.8 mpg; off-road at 11.8 mpg, currently limited by the tires (cost
$700 each) speed rating. ATON IMPULSE is bringing out new, higher-speed
rated, custom tires, as well as bullet proof tires. More powerful engine
models will be fitted in future models.
The VIKING-2992 will for the first time be available for international
purchase in late 2012.
For more information check out ATON IMPULSE at http://www.atonimpulse.com
Music: Madelin Zero // Gotta Know // Lance Jordan REMIX
Romania 2013 - Karpaten Offroad Adventure im Land Rover Defender
Impressionen unserer Scout Tour im Juli 2013. Die Trails führten in die
nördlichen Karpaten Rumäniens und die Waldkarpaten der Ukraine.
Einen Reisebericht findet Ihr unter
Gefilmt auf GoPro Hero 3 Black Edition.
1. Romanian Road Sequel
Title: I am a Destroyer
Album: Key (2012)
Curtesty of Blackstar (Carrgo Records)
2. Viseu de Sous Train Sequel
Artist: Stephen Swartz
Title: Bullet Train (Feat. Joni Fatura)
Courtesty of Zoupic Music
Visit our Blog: http://www.roughnready4x4.de
Rough and Ready - \?r?-f?n-'re-de\ - crude in nature, method, or manner but
effective in action.
Video Blog über Land Rover Defender, Offroad 4x4 fahren und Reisen.
OFFROAD CAMEL ETABI 2014 ''Land Rover & Jeep Rubicon''
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Extreme Off-road Competition 2. :: "Klaperjaht 2010" part 2 of 2
"Klaperjaht offroad" competition, 28.08.2010, Estonia.
This is part 2 of 2. Watch part 1 of 2 here:
Watch 2011 competition here: http://youtu.be/4JsXcyOo-Uk
Watch 2012 competition here: http://youtu.be/dCoq00Ns9vw
"Klaperjaht" is now a part of European off-road series „Euro-Trophy"
Jeep Off Road Movies - Ramp Exit (Exploring Mines)
My friends, Hai, Dave, Nick and I went to explore some mines on the Gold
Rush Trail, BC. There are 3 different levels. Hai's jeep on 39s with roof
top tent made it through the mine. The lower level is flooded and the
middle level is drivable. Driving through the mine you enter at the 900
level, and take the ramp up and exit the 1000 level. We couldn't reach the
entrance of the top level because of the snow line. It took us a while to
find the entrance. After we got in, we took the down ramps and ended up
with another flooded area. After 20 minutes of driving, we decided to come
out from the entrance we came in. Dave was driving the last jeep. He
didn't come out. When he came out after 5 minutes, he told us he found the
up ramp which also indicates ramp exit. We decided to go back and sure
enough ramp exit took us to the other side of the mountain. The area we
came out was only enough to park 3 jeeps. We decided to leave 1 jeep in
the mine parked in a pocket area. We turned 3 jeeps around. Then we
brought the 4th one to turn around after we took other 3 in. By far it was
my best wheeling experience. Hai's monster jeep and 50" led light bar saved
the day in terms of filming :) Thanks to Hai for letting me mount my camera
on his jeep, thanks to Dave for the idea of exploring this mine, thanks to
Pat who organized us but couldn't join us because of work, thanks to Nick
to be brave enough to wheel with us on his first club run.
It was also interesting to see 4 different stages of a jeep's evolution on
our jeeps. From stock stage to monster stage.
Jeeps are awesome and can go anywhere :)
Additional music credit: Rise & Fall (KDrew Remix)