Watch This Nissan Rogue Warrior Prototype Play in the Snow
There's nothing like a snow covered mountain to put a smile on a skier's face, unless the wait for the lift is too long. This is no problem at all if you happen to have the Nissan Rogue Warrior prototype at your disposal. Instead of tires, the Rogue Warrior has heavy-duty snow tracks strapped to its axles so it's perfect for the snow. It's a busy day on the slopes, so Nissan Micra Cup champion Olivier Bédard comes up with a fun way to get around the long lines. He hops into the Nissan Roque Warrior concept and rigs a bunch of tubes to the back to tow along a crew of very happy skiers. RELATED: See Images of the 2014 Nissan Rogue
After towing some folks around and then driving down the mountain alongside some skiers, he kicks it up a notch by attaching some ropes to the back of Rogue. A few guys grab the ropes and take a ride like they're on the back of a boat on waterskis.
According to MotorTrend, the Nissan Rogue is the company's best-selling vehicle and they had it converted by Quebec-based Motorsports in Action with a Dominator track system. Each track is 30 inches high, 48 inches long, and 15 inches wide. It can hit 62 mph and scale a 45-degree grade in groomed snow with a ground clearance of 23 inches. Take that, Winter.
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