The Russians call this two-seater all-terrain vehicle (ATV) the Sherp. It is 3.35m long, weighs 1300kg, has huge self-inflating tyres, can climb over obstacles 70cm high, uses skid steer to turn within its length – and can paddle on water. It was invented by a fellow called Alexei Garagashyan. Powering all four wheels via a five-speed manual gearbox is a 1.5-litre Kubota four-cylinder diesel engine delivering 33kW. The Sherp can do 45km/h on land, 6km/h on water, and can crawl in first gear at 15km/h. A 55-litre fuel tank is standard. The ATV costs roughly around $NZ70,000.