Highlights include impact-resistant windshields for heightened safety, an ergonomic and quieter cab, and the introduction of PTO capabilities.
The low-ground-pressure truck is designed for off-road use in utilities, mining, pipeline operations, telecommunications, and search and rescue missions. It can travel 25 mph on land and 3 mph on water. Even at maximum payload, its footprint remains five times less than that of a human walking, according to the company. A Hatz 56-horsepower engine powers the unit.