MTT Electric Tracked All Terrain Utility Vehicle
From joyrides to rescues, MTT electric all terrain utility vehicles are on track to becoming the coolest off-road enabler I've seen since the Track N Go. And, yeah, I mean that literally.
MTT ATVs barrel up and down trails, and charge through ice, snow, sand, mud, rivers, and undergrowth on a burly 154" long track instead of wheels. Driving the track is a 100% electric power train made up of 6 kWh batteries - you can load up 1, 2, or 3 per vehicle based on how far and how long you want your MTT to go. Batteries are replaceable, and can be swapped out in about 30 seconds without tools. They take about 3 hours to recharge for every 6 kWh.
MTTs are built to tow a trailer or sled, carrying either riders or loads of up to 3,200 pounds on level ground, and 1,000 pounds off-road. In addition to going over the river and through the woods to Grandmother's house, you might use your MTT to haul firewood, gravel, and sand, or construction materials to / from remote locations. It can also be an aid for hunters, fishermen, researchers, and especially first responders. Think of the help a vehicle with few space, terrain, and weather restrictions could provide to lost or injured hikers and skiers.