Developed by Canadian inventor Yvon Martel, it’s called the MTT-136 that uses tank tread-like technology to move. It is capable of pulling various kinds of hauling and passenger attachments. It can carry passengers and materials through snow, mud and grass with ease.
The whole thing is said to weigh just 280 pounds, and depending on what kind of battery is fitted, it’s powered by an electric motor with a range of 450 km and features a tank-like mono-track that is capable of powering through all kinds of snowy terrain.
Able to reach speeds of up to 40 km/h, the battery-powered sled can plow through snowbanks, pull fallen logs, and push vehicles.These devices will adapt to all types of activities to increase human productivity and enhance transportation in a non-polluting way.
This type of unit provides a readily transportable 110 or 220 volt power supply which is located inside the track casing, and allows the operator to take electrical energy over long distances or difficult terrain, in addition to pulling a trailer or sled. It’s small and light enough to fit in the back of a family van but strong enough to ferry two people.