Top 12 Supercars Equally Fast on Tracks and Off-road (Capabilities and Speeds Compared)

Extreme top speed and off-roading do not always fit together and are usually reserved for the professional drivers at rallies.

Manufacturers, however, aren’t too concerned about the obvious limitations and safety concerns, so the family of so-called off-road supercars is constantly being extended with ever more impressive newcomers. In this episode of Automotive Territory, we have collected these beastly machines that blur the lines between tracks and deserts, so get ready for some all-terrain action at unimaginable speeds.

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Detailed information about all models that were mentioned in this release of #AT_Trucks episode series:

Laffite G -Tec X-Road:

Advertised as the world’s first street-legal production all-terrain supercar, LAFFITE G -Tec X-ROAD gets you from 430 to 700 horses paired with extreme all-terrain capabilities, guaranteed by chromium/molybdenum framework, tough suspension with 15.6 inches of travel, and rugged tires.

Bentley Continental GT GP Ice Race:

Dressed up to compete in the famous GP Ice Race in Zell am See, Austria, this is an off-road, snow-capable version of Bentley Continental GT coupe.

GFG Style Kangaroo:

Created by Giorgetto and Fabrizio Giugiaro father-son duo, the GFG Style Kangaroo is a rather unusual supercar concept that has 4 doors, seats 2 people, and gets a hydraulic suspension, adjusting its ground clearance from 5.5 to 10.2 inches.

Lamborghini Urus Offroad Package:

Lamborghini Urus Offroad Package is designed to meet the demands of those customers who want to test their $200k-worth supercar on wild desert terrain or in the mountainside.

Miss R:

Xingmobility has been specializing in the development of electric powertrains and battery solutions since 2015. Additionally, to prove the practical viability of their technology, the Taiwanese startup created the Miss R.

Aston Martin DBX:

While such behemoths of the premium segment as Bentley, Lambo and Rolls-Royce have been selling their sports utility vehicles for 4, 2 and 1 year respectively, the British brand is arriving to this segment late, with its DBX SUV expected to start deliveries in May 2020. Aston Martin hopes that the DBX will be able jumpstart the company’s business, but considering the recent events, this remains an open question.

Alpine A110 Sports X:

The 1973 Monte Carlo Rally was dominated by the A110 rally car which is now being reimagined by Renault’s performance brand Alpine I the form of Alpine A110 Sports X.

Jaguar F-Type Rally Car Edition:

The Jaguar XK120 was a rather successful rally car back in 1950s so to commemorate its 70th anniversary, the company released two F-Type Chequered Flag Limited Edition convertibles with design cues from old-timer.

Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato:–with-the-hurac-n-sterrato-concept/s/7f18acbb-d50f-464c-86f0-33b0b560e200

Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato is basically a Huracan Evo on steroids, that sits 1.85 inches higher above the ground and has wider wheel track and wheel arches to accommodate 20-inch wheels with grippy balloon tires.

Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo:

The production version of the utilitarian Taycan Cross Turismo has already been spotted without camo and is expected to be unveiled by the end of 2020. But for now, lets explore the Mission E Cross Turismo concept.

The Boot by Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus:

Scuderia decided to participate in the 2019 Baja race and came up with the reimagined version of the Baja Boot, which is powered by a corvette engine with up to 650 horsepower.

Ariel Nomad by Classic Car Studio:

Ariel Atom is the fans favorite lightweight race car that can steal any driver’s heart with its breathtaking acceleration and bruising open cabin action. Today however, lets take a look at the off-road version of the Atom, labeled the Nomad.


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