A 10-Ton Gracefully Jumps Over Snow Banks
June 16th, 2017
The Kamaz 4326 is sponsored by Red Bull and is arguably one of craziest racing vehicles we’ve seen. The 10-ton truck has a 1,000-horsepower, 16.2-liter turbo-diesel V8, 16 forward gears, and enough torque to tear down a building. So you would think moving quick, far jumps and other stunts wouldn't be its thing. But after winning the Dakar Rally, the truck is back for some high-flying snow-filled action and it has something to prove.
Thankfully, Red Bull released a promotional video of the Kamaz being driven by the 2013 Dakar Rally winner through snow-covered Russia. And this was only for some shakedown testing. For the truck, that means a whole lot of airtime and a whole lot of fun for the driver. The jumps are possible thanks to the truck's 11.8 inches of suspension travel and huge spiked ice tires. It's able to launch off snow jumps and drift around frozen corners with ease and the surprising amount of agility. And yeah, this video is basically an ad for Red Bull, but it's just too cool not to watch. You can check out the whole thing on PowerNationTV.com
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