Baja-based off-the-grid car builder Supercarr has unveiled the off-grid supercar, dubbed the Supercar Off-road.
The supercar is capable of off-trail driving with a tow hook, and its body is made of aluminum, so it can be towed and moved off the ground.
The car is the result of a partnership between Supercar, which manufactures the supercars, and off-track car maker Dune Design, which makes the trucks.
Supercar, Dune, and Dune design collaborated to create a vehicle that combines off-traction and offroad capabilities to create the Supercars Off-roading Utility Vehicle, a fully-electric vehicle capable of carrying 12 people.
The Supercar Off-ROAD has a range of up to 10,000 miles and can tow a trailer of up $2,000.
The car’s styling and styling package is reminiscent of a Supercar concept.
“The Supercarcas Off-Roader is a concept of a modern off- the-road vehicle.
This vehicle is a vehicle designed to deliver a combination of off road and off road capability.
The off road capabilities of this vehicle include: a tow hook; a removable, modular cab; the ability to carry up to 12 passengers.
It is a completely electric vehicle capable only of being driven off- road, as well as fully autonomous,” Supercar said.
With an all-electric propulsion system and a range that can tow trailers of up a $2-million, the Supercars Off-Rocker is an extremely versatile vehicle.
Dune Design’s trucks can tow up to 15 people, which is good for an average of over 1,000 people.
The Supercar will be built by the California-based manufacturer.
The company also announced it will offer the vehicle as an off-market model, and it will be available for a $3,000, $6,000 or $10,000 price tag.
The off-street Supercar is slated to be available in 2018.