The Polar Utility Vehicle is a working class concept car designed to move snowmobiles in snowy weather. The Polar Utility Vehicle has a unique shape specially designed for harsh winter weather.
The Polar Utility Vehicle was designed by Juha-Pekka Rautio and has a unique body that looks semi-similar to that of a truck's. Where this vehicle differs from a truck is that it doesn't have any doors; further, the entire upper shell pops up during entry and exit. The bed of the Polar Utility Vehicle is also flexible, being able to angle itself downwards to make loading and unloading snowmobiles easier. While this concept may be uninteresting to anyone but arctic explorers, I believe it could be the basis for the future of the pickup truck. Yeah, I said it.
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