Arctic Trucks built lifting VW Amarok with a coffee maker Pickup will be used to travel around IcelandJanuary 15, 2019
Arctic Trucks has prepared a Volkswagen Amarok pickup truck, equipped with a V6 engine, for serious off-road use and operation in cold climates. The car was built in collaboration with the Icelandic dealer Hekla as a support machine for winter customer off-road rides.
The car got increased by 25 millimeters ground clearance (up to 217 millimeters), fiberglass wheel arch extensions and 17-inch wheels with tires of dimension 315/70. A pickup truck can climb 45-degree slopes and carry up to 1,154 kilograms of cargo.
An additional portable generator, a coffee maker capable of making cappuccino, a fire extinguisher, a VHF radio station, a tool box and a jack, as well as a first aid kit with a defibrillator are installed in the cabin of the pickup.
The power plant remained the same. Amarok is completed with a six-cylinder six-cylinder diesel engine with a capacity of 224 horsepower (500 Nm). To 100 km/h standard pickup can accelerate in 7.9 seconds. The maximum speed is 193 kilometers per hour.
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