Canadian engineer, innovator and angel investor Charles Bombardier is incapable of thinking small, which is probably part of the reason his Whitefox Concept snowmobile fits a family of four. Rendered off the basis of the Bombardier Recreational Products (BRP) side-by-side snowmobile design that would later become the Ski-Doo ELITE, Whitefox is essentially a stretched Elite that’s designed to carry four people instead of two. If it was to ever actually get produced, Bombardier would scrap the the original engine for a 165hp Rotax engine, factory print a plastic body, mount a ski and snowboard rack to the frame and use the engines cool system for heat. Since it’s essentially a super-sized standard snowmobile, it would also be able to use existing snowmobile trails. If you’re looking to get the entire family through the snow, there isn’t a better way than the Whitefox… if it ever gets built.