MTT - 136
That's what this battery powered track is called. And yes, it's only a track.
It's the invention of Quebec native Yvon Martel who's trying to show the world how batteries, when paired with tracks, can plow through snow, tow, carry goods and basically do it all and then some.
Its max speed is claimed to be 25 miles per hour, though we're not so sure you'd want to cruise along at such a high rate of speed behind this machine.
Range - dependent on battery selection - is listed at up to 130 miles. Could you imagine a situation where you'd use the MTT - 136 for 130 miles continuously?
Yvon Martel is now seeking a manufacturer for his go-anywhere, haul-everything contraption.
In its final form, MTT - 136 may actually get two tracks instead of only one. Again, this electric machine seems more than capable enough with only one track, so we see no need for doubling.
Aside from the myriad of uses shown in the video, what else can you think of that MTT - 136 could do?
Hat tip to Simon!!!