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Russian All Terrain Monster Makes Dan Bilzerian’s Brabus G63 AMG 6x6 Pale

They might use cyrillic to describe these beasts, but that doesn’t mean we’re not all talking the same language here. Russian or American, when it comes to 6x6 all terrain trucks that sip fuel like we breath air, passion finds no boundaries. The apocalyptic machine in question is designed to resist in any conditions and we found a video with it cruising the harsh whether in the Russian Ural mountains.
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Russian All Terrain Monster Makes Dan Bilzerian’s Brabus G63 AMG 6x6 PaleRussian All Terrain Monster Makes Dan Bilzerian’s Brabus G63 AMG 6x6 PaleRussian All Terrain Monster Makes Dan Bilzerian’s Brabus G63 AMG 6x6 PaleRussian All Terrain Monster Makes Dan Bilzerian’s Brabus G63 AMG 6x6 Pale
In our constant travels through the lands of internet we have seen a multitude of big fellows, some custom built for specific purposes, such as transporting tourists on glaciers, others simply built this way from scratch. Even though most of the companies that are building all terrain trucks have their specifics, Russians are probably making the best to resist the harshest weather conditions.

Such is the case for the 6x6 machine in question that, as you can observe, is a winter bad boy. It appears the oversized truck was designed by a company known as Makar. Similar to most of the trucks of this size, the one in question also comes with some huge rims that make sure no obstacle will stop it from going forward.

We can’t tell for sure, but according to the truck’s owner, there’s only about 4 other vehicles of this exact specifications, as the car is a custom designed machine. Powered by a Toyota engine, the 2.6 tonnes beast comes with an automatic transmission and is able to hit a maximum speed of 107.5 km/h. Designed with a 400-liter tank, this big boy will burn around 16 liters every 100 km so it should last long enough to go on the wildest off-road adventure.

In fact, judging by this guy's YouTube videos that is why he got the truck in the first place, to travel through the widlest places in Russia. In the video bellow, you can see him hitting the snowy Ural mountains in a 20-day trip he went for three years ago in Yamal Peninsula, Siberia.



 
 
 
 
 

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