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Russian company Avtoros built an all-terrain vehicle that will tackle just about anything you put in front of it. Dubbed “Shaman,” this Russian ATV feels more like the offspring of one of those amphibious Duck Boats and an armored personnel carrier than the ATVs you’re used to, and it has the specs to back it up. Measuring 21 feet long by 8 feet wide by 9 feet tall and powered by an Iveco F1C, 3.0 diesel capable of up to 146hp, Shaman can carry up to 9 people at a top land speed of 43 mph and a top water speed of 4.3 mph (with the optional propeller). It has a turning radius just under 25 feet, a foot and a half of road clearance and independent all-wheel suspension which, when combined, make maneuvering this 8×8 behemoth up hills, through rough terrain and even across the river less tricky than you’d imagine. Each Shaman is built to customer spec by Avtoros and takes approximately two months to complete.

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