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SkyRunner

The SkyRunner is aimed at those who seek the ultimate adrenaline experience. The all-terrain buggy features a lightweight construction allowing it to fly! Thanks to a turbo charged engine, propeller and paragliding wing, this part buggy, part light sports aircraft can take you on a one of a kind adrenaline-fuelled experience whether in the air or on the ground. It features a trusted Polaris ProStar 1000 engine that powers the ground system while a Rotax 914 UL light-sport aircraft engine enables SkyRunner to take flight. Using the latest ram-air parafoil wing technology, renowned for its safety due to inherent stability, control and resistance to stalls, SkyRunner can reach air speeds of 40mph for a distance of 120 nautical miles. When not in use, the wing conveniently folds snugly into a bag that rides behind the rear passenger. Watch the amazing video below of the worlds first flying off-road vehicle in action.



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