Some ideas and concepts keep on inspiring the avid followers to draw the essence out of them. The i-Scoob snowmobile is one such concept that hopes to make commutation in the sub-zero locations easier than ever before. The luxury two-seater has a drivetrain with a hybrid internal combustion engine/electric motor setup. Hence, the electric-mode for shorter distances will definitely reduce its impact on the icy environment. Definitely rugged exteriors coupled with a heavy-duty cargo rack at the rear.
The concept-vehicle has foldout solar panels in storage boxes on either side. Highly effective it is, especially when you find yourself in a no power zone. Other charging options include the engine acting as a generator or the compatible mode that allows the vehicle to plug into a mains electricity socket.
The watertight interiors ensure floatability. Moreover, a forward tilting canopy provides for its stylish look and a central joystick asks both riders to control it from either seat. The luxuriantly green vehicle has a multifunction LCD unit that displays info about drivetrain performance, navigation and climate control. That’s not all for sure; the glazed cockpit of the i-Scoob utilizes the greenhouse effect capturing entire heat inside the vehicle.