An enthusiast from Australia presented a 900 horsepower truckMarch 10, 2019
Get acquainted with this hefty tractor, which received the nickname Filthy. Under its hood is a powerful 28-liter engine with 900 horsepower and 5423.3 Nm of torque.
Australia is a country of kangaroos, koalas, Tasmanian devils, an incredible BMW M3 with an engine from the Japanese GT-R supercar and Honda’s golden lawn mower. This is a separate world, in which there are some of its own, nothing not similar norms, standards of how a car should look.
Meet Filthy, the truck that was built by Michael Lake from Truckin Stainless in Brisbane, Australia. Look at this video, in it this yellow monster begins to slip on the spot, and after a few seconds it is no longer visible behind the pillars of smoke from its tires and exhaust gases.
According to Mr. Lake, it took him seven years to build a truck in his garage. He began by buying an old rusty taxi, slowly collecting the truck of his dreams.
Filthy is a racing truck (where this world goes), there is even a safety cage in its cabin.
Not surprisingly, many people compare this big man with a bumblebee because of the yellow color scheme of his body. The enthusiast even added an autobot badge next to the steering wheel – but what, the tractor really has some similarities with the robot Optimus Prime.
Under the hood of the space bumblebee is a powerful 4-cylinder 28-liter Cummins turbocharged unit, which gives 900 horsepower and 5423.3 Nm of torque. This is a very large torque.
Filthy is not for sale – as its creator said, the truck is now part of the family.
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