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Singer has released an all-terrain version of its reimagined 911 which was developed in conjunction with Tuthill Porsche in Britain. It’s called the All-terrain Competition Study (ACS for short) and pays homage to the 1980s 911 Safari.

A French-Canadian inventor named Yvon Martel has just unveiled (on YouTube, at least) a battery-powered, go-anywhere track called the MTT-136. The single, tank track-like device can be used as a tow vehicle, ridden on top of (with extra accessories), or combined with another track unit to make a cargo carrier. It looks incredibly versatile and like it’s a lot of fun.

Range is said to be 45km to 210km, depending on battery type. He’s currently seeking manufacturers.

Here’s an interesting experimental off-road vehicle from the 1930s. It looks like it has ten-wheel-drive, though I was only able to trace it to this source on Flickr. Apparently it’s English.