The entire idea of the Sherp is focused around four huge low-pressure tires, which are the most noticeable attributes of the vehicle.
It measures 11 feet long and can climb over obstacles as tall as 27.5 inches. On land, the massive wheels move like tank treads in that, they lock up or slow up one side to turn. Combine them with skid-steer and it can turn in its own length, as long as it is 8.2 feet apart from an object. Sherp is equiped with a water heater, analog devices and display and halogen headlights. There is a device that instantly drains water from the body of the vehicle when it is submerged in water. The cab seats two people, who use levers to steer and accelerate and slow the machine down.
An indestructible diesel 15.3 gallon 44 horsepower engine from Kubota, a Japanese manufacture, is used to power 2,866 pound vehicle that tops out at 27.9 mph on land and 3.7 mph in water. Read full article here at the Daily Mail.