We've already seen cars sculpted from ice but Canadian Tire has gone the extra mile and created a drivable truck from ice.

We've already seen cars sculpted from ice but Canadian Tire has gone the extra mile and created a drivable truck from ice.

Designed to promote their MotoMaster Eliminator Ultra AGM battery, the aptly named Ice Truck was built using a Chevrolet chassis and 11,000 lbs (4990 kg) of ice. Sculptors then gave the model a traditional truck body with working head- and taillights.

During a test on December 12th, the truck drove 1.6 kilometers (1 mile) at an average speed of 20 km/h (12.4 mph). That isn't terribly fast but it probably sets a new record for the world's fastest ice sculpture.

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Canadian Tire builds a working truck sculpted from ice [videos]