SkyRunner Flying All-Terrain Vehicle

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

To be fair, the SkyRunner was not in existence when we wrote our vehicle guide to surviving the zombie apocalypse (and technically still won’t be until 2014). If it was, this vehicle would definitely be a serious contender.

Most all terrain vehicles make a great choice when it comes to selecting your means of transportation for the end of the world, but the SkyRunner is something entirely different. While it performs great on the ground (sprinting to 60 mph in 4.3 seconds and reaching a top speed of 115 mph), this vehicle can also hit the open skies. That’s right. Just open up the parasail while cruising down an open strip of land, and the 125 horsepower, 147 lb-ft torque 1 liter four-cylinder motor will help this 1,000 pound off-road vehicle get airborne. This post-apocalyptic vehicle will cost you though, carrying a window sticker of $125,000. [Purchase] Skyrunner Flying All-Terrain Vehicle 2 Skyrunner Flying All-Terrain Vehicle 3

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