Rezvani tankYou’ll be the coolest parent in the pickup line at daycare with the new Rezvani Beast. 

Offroad 3 wheelerWe’d like to see someone tell this angry diesel semi conversion to stay off the road.

blown truckIt’s hard to imagine having so much horsepower that you have trouble keeping it under control but that seems to be the problem for this guy.

Terraquad
The new Terraquad amphibious vehicle platform is brought to you by the makers of the Quadski. This UTV-like vehicle is capable of going 50 MPH on land and up to 45 MPH on water. Check it out:

awd camaro
The crew from History Channel’s Road Hauks recently pulled the cover off of this insane new off-road Camaro conversion.  The “story” behind the build is that the car is a marketing tool for a legal moonshine distillery, designed to mimic the old “shine runners” of the past, but obviously with lots of new school flair.

Sherp ATV ice
If you’ve never heard of or seen the Sherp ATV before your initial thought might be that falling though the ice would be a terrible tragedy. Well as you can see, neither ice, water, rocks or mud are any match for this all-terrain vehicle.

Nikola first drive
Last year, the Nikola Motor Company announced plans to offer a 500+ horsepower, fully electric UTV.  The physical machine was unveiled at the Sand Sports Super Show in September, and since then the company has published three short videos of the vehicle in motion. There’s nothing overly exciting about these videos, however it is exciting to finally seeing a functioning prototype.

There are quite a few unique vehicles at the SEMA every year, and we came across quite a few off-road vehicles during the 2010 show at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Whether it was for snow, sand, dirt or mud, there was a little bit of everything related to off-road at this year’s show. Check out some of our other coverage of the event in the Off-Road.com Blog or here.

Here are some unique off-road vehicles we saw at the show.

Zero South PHE-PTV


The Zero South Plug-In Hybrid Electric Polar Traverse Vehicle (PHE-PTV) is one of the more unique vehicles we’ve seen over the years. This vehicle can accelerate from 0-50 mph in 9.5 seconds on land with a peak speed of 72 mph (it tops out at 40 mph with tracks on snow), powered by a 200-horsepower electric-drive motor and a 6-cylinder turbo-diesel engine. It is designed to travel in hard-core snowy conditions and offers 20 inches of ground clearance with Mattracks and 16 inches with tires.