Sherp ATV | Latest Russian ATV

$65,000

If you want to conquer some of the roughest terrains, such as the ones in Siberia for example, you’re going to need a mighty all-terrain vehicle (ATV) in order to do so. The latest ATV by Sherp will definitely be able to overcome every possible obstacle on its way. This vehicle is packed with a 1498 cc Kubota V1505-t diesel engine that can produce up to 44 hp and it also has a staggering carrying capacity of 1000 kg (2204 pounds).

Sherp is a company that was founded in Russia back in 2012. Their main goal was to create an ATV capable of overcoming rugged and unforgiving conditions in ruthless Siberia. It can climb over icy hills, fallen trees and obstacles up to 100 cm high. It can power through water and muddy surfaces and it has great grip and control on ice. This ATV was tested in Siberian Taiga and Tundra.

Two ATV captured from the front.

This Sherp ATV has a 1498 cc diesel engine that can produce up to 44 hp.

ATV driving through the water.

This ATV is capable of overcoming obstacles that are 100 cm high. It can also power through water and mud.

Since it’s made to travel long distances across vast terrains, this ATV is equipped with a huge 58-liter fuel tank and two batteries. It also has a soft top tent, automatic heating system and enough room for 4 people to sleep inside. Sherp ATV has a mechanical, 5-step gearbox and its top speed is 45 km/h (28 mph).

Vehicle captured from the side.

This vehicle has a carrying capacity up to 1000kg.

Vehicle captured on the street.

Sherp ATV is equipped with a 58-liter fuel tank and two batteries.

Regarding the built, this all-terrain vehicle has a steel body that’s 3.4 meters long, 2.3 meters high, 2.5 meters wide and it weighs 1300 kg (2866 pounds). It has ground clearance of 60cm (23 inches). This ATV uses tubeless, low-pressure 1600mm х 600mm х 25mm tires that can endure harshest terrains.

ATV climbing a hill.

This ATV can overcome angles up to 35 degrees.

The standard version of the Sherp ATV will set you back $65,000 and if you want some extra accessories, such as an additional 50-liter fuel tank or an additional independent heat warmer system, you’ll have to pay a little bit extra money.

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The ATV captured on a hill.

This all-terrain vehicle by Sherp will set you back $65,000.

Check out this ATV by Sherp in action here.

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