SHERP is known for their short-wheelbase all-terrain vehicles. Their regular models are designed to carry people, but their electric SHERP UGV can be operated remotely, making it ideal for search and rescue, firefighting, forestry, and surveillance tasks. Its massive low-pressure tires can be inflated and deflated remotely.
The Sherp is one of the most capable all-terrain vehicles we’ve seen.It can handle all kinds of muddy and wet terrain, but how does it do in the city? Grind Hard Plumbing Co., Rich Rebuilds, and Electrified Garage attempted to drive one to Boston via the Charles River, but their journey was not without its problems.
All-terrain vehicle maker SHERP introduces the latest version of its rugged, short wheelbase off-roader. The new model has a more powerful and fuel-efficient diesel engine, larger 72″ tires, a 30% bigger passenger compartment, more payload space, increased fuel capacity, an a more comfortable cabin.
Off-road vehicle makers Sherp show off their largest variant yet. The Ark is capable of conquering the most extreme terrain. It can overcome obstacles up to 5 feet tall, cross 6 foot gaps, climb a 40º grade, and drive through ice, water, bushes, and swamps, all while transporting up to 22 passengers and crew.