When it comes incredible multi-purpose, all-terrain, go-anywhere machines, the MMT-136 is on another level.

An epic hybrid of a snowmobile, dog sled, ATV, and tank, this looks like something Arnold Schwarzenegger would use to escape an avalanche on his way to the chopper.

Developed by French Canadian engineer Yvon Martel, the MTT-136 (which stands for My Track Technology, with the 136 referencing 136-inch the mono-track) is basically a motorized tank tread with handlebars. It’s a straightforward pulling device that’s capable of cruising over countless rugged terrain, including ice and deep snow.

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The above YouTube video from Martel shows the MMT-136 in action, and it’s clearly one of the most unique off-roading machines out there. Built for both utility as well as leisure purposes, the MMT-136 can be used during all four seasons and is great for a host of activities, from hauling gear and firewood to racing through the snow with friends. Though it’s definitely intended for more practical purposes, as Martel points out.

Per My Track Technology:

Models of the MTT can be personalized to meet individual needs like transporting people with reduced mobility, carrying critical first aid equipment for First Responders, or providing electrical energy in an emergency.

My Track Technology can provide units with an autonomous power supply or integrated generator. This type of unit provides a readily transportable 110 or 220 volt power supply which is located inside the track casing, and allows the operator to take electrical energy over long distances or difficult terrain, in addition to pulling a trailer or sled. Our aim is to facilitate electrical generator power for a diversity of needs including leisure, first aid, tourism and agricultural applications.


So, as you can see, this is more than just your average snowmobile. Pretty awesome, right?

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