Can-Am Outmoster Concept: Off-Roading Into the Future
Jet-skis, ATVs, snowmobiles — they're all well and good to own and ride, but sometimes transporting them can be cumbersome. As you know, a Volkswagen Jetta just isn't going to do the job. So you need something bigger, something with a bed, something that works on and off road — the Can-Am Outmoster might be the ride for your weekend adventures. The Can-Am Outmoster concept was designed by graphic artist Frederic LeSciellour, and it is one badass machine. Juxtaposing an off-road vehicle with a full size pickup, the Outmoster is Can-Am's ideal solution to hauling its smaller, all-terrain machines.
In its standard setup, the four, 44-inch wheels provide more than enough ground clearance for whatever terrain may come in its way. Snow, mud, and even shallow rivers are no match for the Outmoster's extreme capabilities. In the bed, you also have room enough for two snowmobiles, jet skis, or an ATV.
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In order to haul even more, the Outmoster has the ability to add an extra axle, including two more 44-inch wheels. This provides the added weight support and terrain capabilities from the extra cargo.
Inside, this off-roader is just as advanced. A holographic mapping system in the center console allows for the driver to launch a drone (yes, a drone) from the front of the vehicle and map out the road ahead. The resulting route then displays on the windshield.
All in all, it's one of the most highly-advanced concept renderings we've ever seen.
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