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Snow Crawler Snowmobile Concept

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Jan 5, 2015

Category: Rides

There are plenty of snowmobiles on the market designed to tackle the powder covered terrain that winter brings about, but there are none that look quite as badass as the Snow Crawler.

Designed by Michal Bonikowski, this thing is more than just good looks. The Snow Crawler looks to do something that few options on the market currently offer, and that’s protecting the driver from the harsh elements. Thanks to a completely enclosed cockpit, this bad boy does just that. The all-terrain vehicle was designed to hold just one person, and has been outfitted with an electric drive to power through snowy slopes and powder trails. Unfortunately this beast of a snowmobile is just a one-off concept vehicle, so we won’t count on seeing it hit retailers any time in the near future. For now it will remain nothing more than the winter toy of the future.

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