3 Soviet Experimental All Terrain Vehicles

Soviet Experimental All Terrain Vehicles

Posted on April 23, 2016 by team

These are mainly projects of Likhachev’s plant, strangest of them that were never serially produced. Construction of army all-terrain vehicles in the USSR went much further than construction of ordinary cars. Engineers were brave enough in their ideas but they were doomed to remain in the world of fantasies.

Rear engined vehicle on chassis of ZIS-157 prototype. 1956. The idea was not too successful – the vehicle’s nose lifted up pushing snow in front of itself, the driver was finally losing control of the vehicle.

Light experimental all-terrain vehicle ZIS-E134. 1956. It had a wedge-shape body and three driving axles on a single track.


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3 Responses to “Soviet Experimental All Terrain Vehicles”

  1. Arbatard says:

    Really good captions and photos, thanks

  2. Luscinia Sveicica says:

    They really did know how to Experiment back in those days. Its great to see Russia is back in the game again.

  3. RB says:

    Russians know how to build tough stuff,

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