Off-Road Vehicles

Off-Road Vehicles

Description
Description

Off-road vehicles are designed to tackle rough, uneven terrain where typical cars can't go. They have features like high ground clearance, robust suspension, and four-wheel drive, enabling them to climb steep hills, ford streams, and trudge through mud, sand, or snow. These vehicles are tough and durable, built to withstand the rigors of the wilderness. They're used for a variety of purposes, from recreational activities like trail riding and dune bashing, to practical tasks such as farming, search and rescue operations, and military missions. For many, they're a symbol of adventure, freedom, and the ability to explore the unbeaten path.

History
History

Off-road vehicles have a storied journey, beginning with rugged military vehicles in World War II, like the iconic Willys Jeep. These tough machines were repurposed for civilian use after the war, becoming popular for farming and outdoor exploration. The 1960s saw the rise of the dune buggy craze, while the 1970s introduced the first SUVs, blending off-road capability with on-road comfort. The 1980s brought advancements in four-wheel drive technology, making off-roading more accessible.

Over time, off-road vehicles diversified, from monster trucks to all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), catering to various needs and lifestyles, and creating a subculture of enthusiasts who cherish the thrill of conquering untamed landscapes.

Future
Future

Off-road vehicles are set to embrace eco-friendly technology, with electric and hybrid options gaining traction, reducing their environmental footprint. Advanced autonomous features will make navigation through rugged terrain safer and more accessible. Innovations like adaptive suspension systems and terrain-scanning sensors will enhance off-road capabilities.

These vehicles will also cater to the growing demand for adventure tourism, offering immersive experiences in remote and pristine locations. Culturally, off-roading will continue to symbolize a sense of adventure and exploration, connecting people with nature. As they evolve, off-road vehicles will be more versatile, eco-conscious, and integral to outdoor lifestyles and eco-tourism.

Common Questions
Common Questions
Can off-road vehicles be driven legally on public roads?

Off-road vehicles can be legally driven on public roads if they meet street-legal requirements, which typically include having a valid license plate, working headlights, tail lights, turn signals, a horn, mirrors, and seat belts. They must also pass emissions and safety inspections where required. However, some specialized off-road vehicles, like certain ATVs or UTVs, may not be street-legal without modifications.

How important is ground clearance in an off-road vehicle?

Ground clearance is critical in off-road vehicles, determining the ability to traverse obstacles without undercarriage damage. Higher ground clearance, typically between 8 to 12 inches (20 to 30 centimeters), allows for safely navigating rocky terrain, deep ruts, and steep inclines, protecting the vehicle's underbody from scraping against the terrain and potential mechanical damage.

How does four-wheel drive benefit off-road driving?

Four-wheel drive (4WD) benefits off-road driving by providing power to all four wheels simultaneously, enhancing traction on uneven, slippery, or loose surfaces. This capability allows vehicles to better navigate over rocks, through mud, sand, and shallow water. 4WD systems often include low-range gearing, which increases torque at the wheels for steeper inclines and more challenging terrain, improving overall off-road performance and stability.

Transport

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6’3” | 1.92 m
6’3” | 1.92 m
15’9” | 4.8 m
3,250 lb | 1,475 kg
1956
Ford F-100 (1956)
192.000
192.000
480.000
1475.000
1956.00
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Ford F-100 (1956)
5’11” | 1.8 m
6’5” | 1.95 m
16’ | 4.88 m
3,968 lb | 1,800 kg
1976
Ford F-100 (1976)
180.000
195.000
488.000
1800.000
1976.00
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Ford F-100 (1976)
6’ 3.5” | 1.92 m
6’8” | 2.03 m
19’4” | 5.89 m
4,300 lb | 1950 kg
2015
Ford F-150 (2015)
192.000
203.000
589.000
1950.000
2015.00
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Ford F-150 (2015)
6’5” | 1.96 m
7’2.5” | 2.20 m
15’4.5” | 4.69 m
3925 lb | 1780 kg
1992-2006
HUMMER H1 (1992)
196.000
220.000
469.000
1780.000
1992.00
20000
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HUMMER H1 (1992)
5’10” | 1.78 m
5’7” | 1.70 m
12’7” | 3.84 m
3,073 lb | 1,394 kg
1997
Jeep Wrangler
178.000
170.000
384.000
1394.000
1997.00
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Jeep Wrangler
6’5” | 1.96 m
5’10” | 1.79 m
12’8” | 3.86 m
3,849 lb | 1,746 kg
1985
Land Rover Defender 90 (1985)
196.000
179.000
386.000
1746.000
1985.00
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Land Rover Defender 90 (1985)
Jeep Wrangler

The Jeep Wrangler is a compact four-wheel drive off-road SUV designed and manufactured by Jeep. Produced as an evolution of the WWII Jeep CJ (Civilian Jeep), the Wrangler line continues to be Jeep’s core brand identity. Designed with rugged off-road capabilities and features that emphasize flexibility, versatility, and freedom, the Jeep Wrangler typically prioritizes performance over comfort and safety. Jeep Wrangler’s come with either a hard or soft-top roof with the option to be completely open.

The Jeep Wrangler (1998) has an overall length of 12’7” (3.84 m), wheelbase of 7’9” (2.37 m), width of 5’7” (1.70 m), and height of 5’10” (1.78 m).

Drawings with dimensions of a Jeep Wrangler with soft top illustrated in side, front, back, and plan profiles
The Jeep Wrangler is a compact four-wheel drive off-road SUV designed with rugged off-road capabilities and features that emphasize flexibility, versatility, and freedom.

The Jeep Wrangler (1998) has an overall length of 12’7” (3.84 m), wheelbase of 7’9” (2.37 m), width of 5’7” (1.70 m), and height of 5’10” (1.78 m).

Drawings with dimensions of a Jeep Wrangler with soft top illustrated in side, front, back, and plan profiles
Jeep Wrangler
Height:
5’10” | 1.78 m
Width:
5’7” | 1.70 m
Length:
12’7” | 3.84 m
Depth:
Weight:
3,073 lb | 1,394 kg
Area:

‍Wheelbase: 7’9” | 2.37 m
Fuel Economy (Combined): 17 city, 19 highway mpg

Model
Wrangler
Automaker
Jeep
Year
1997

Drawings include:
Jeep Wrangler (1997) side elevation (soft top), front, back, plan (soft top)

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Ford F-150 (2015)

The Ford F-150 (2015) is part of Ford’s current thirteenth-generation pickup truck F-Series lineup. In production since 2014, the latest generation of F-150 trucks are the first in the F-Series to adopt an aluminum body to reduce overall weight and increase fuel economy. The Ford F-150 is the best selling vehicle in the US.

The Ford F-150 (2015) has an overall length of 19’4” (5.89 m), wheelbase of 12’5” (3.78 m), a width of 6’8” (2.03 m), and height of 6’ 3.5” (1.92 m).

Collection of drawings of the Ford F-150 (2015) illustrated in front, side, back and plan views with dimensions
The Ford F-150 (2015) is part of Ford’s current thirteenth-generation pickup truck F-Series lineup. In production since 2014, the latest generation of F-150 trucks are the first in the F-Series to adopt an aluminum body to reduce overall weight and increase fuel economy.

The Ford F-150 (2015) has an overall length of 19’4” (5.89 m), wheelbase of 12’5” (3.78 m), a width of 6’8” (2.03 m), and height of 6’ 3.5” (1.92 m).

Collection of drawings of the Ford F-150 (2015) illustrated in front, side, back and plan views with dimensions
Ford F-150 (2015)
Height:
6’ 3.5” | 1.92 m
Width:
6’8” | 2.03 m
Length:
19’4” | 5.89 m
Depth:
Weight:
4,300 lb | 1950 kg
Area:

Wheelbase: 12’5” | 3.78 m

Model
F-150
Automaker
Ford
Year
2015

Drawings include:
Ford F-150 (2015) side elevation, front, back, plan

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Ford F-100 (1976)

The Ford F-100 (1976) is a sixth-generation medium-duty pickup truck model of the Ford F-Series. Produced from 1972 to 1979, the sixth-generation line of F-Series trucks are known for their box-like forms and Ford’s use of extremely durable body panels that combined galvanized sheet metal, zinc coated steel and primer and fender liners to fight off corrosion. The sixth-generation was the first to introduce the Supercab body design for additional passengers and is the first generation to introduce the F-150 model.

The Ford F-100 (1976) has an overall length of 16’ (4.88 m), wheelbase of 10’4” (3.15 m), a width of 6’5” (1.95 m), and height of 5’11” (1.8 m).

Dimensioned drawings of a Ford F-100 (1976) truck measured with height, length, and width
The Ford F-100 (1976) is a sixth-generation medium-duty pickup truck model of the Ford F-Series that was produced from 1972-1979.

The Ford F-100 (1976) has an overall length of 16’ (4.88 m), wheelbase of 10’4” (3.15 m), a width of 6’5” (1.95 m), and height of 5’11” (1.8 m).

Dimensioned drawings of a Ford F-100 (1976) truck measured with height, length, and width
Ford F-100 (1976)
Height:
5’11” | 1.8 m
Width:
6’5” | 1.95 m
Length:
16’ | 4.88 m
Depth:
Weight:
3,968 lb | 1,800 kg
Area:

Wheelbase: 10’4” | 3.15 m

Model
F-100
Automaker
Ford
Year
1976

Drawings include:
Ford F-100 (1976) side elevation, front, back, plan

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HUMMER H1 (1992)
Size comparison illustration of the HUMMER H1 to Arnold Schwarzenegger

The HUMMER H1 (1992) was initially created for military use from 1992 to 2006 by AM General and GM. It is a four-wheeled drive utility vehicle with a design resembling the M998 Humvee. The Hummer H1 was available in several variants such as convertible-like soft top, two-door pickup truck, four-door sport-utility, four-door slantback, and Alpha Wagon, many of which are used by the U.S military. In contrast, civilians use the station SUV version and convertible soft top.

The HUMMER H1 (1992) has an overall length of 15’4.5” (4.69 m), wheelbase of 10’10” (3.30 m), a width of 7’2.5” (2.20 m), and height of 6’5” (1.96 m).

Collection of elevations and plan drawings of the HUMMER H1 with dimensions for height, width, length and wheelbase
The HUMMER H1 (1992) was initially created for military use from 1992 to 2006 by AM General and GM. It is a four-wheeled drive utility vehicle with a design resembling the M998 Humvee. The Hummer H1 was available in several variants ranging from convertible to four door utility.

The HUMMER H1 (1992) has an overall length of 15’4.5” (4.69 m), wheelbase of 10’10” (3.30 m), a width of 7’2.5” (2.20 m), and height of 6’5” (1.96 m).

Collection of elevations and plan drawings of the HUMMER H1 with dimensions for height, width, length and wheelbase
HUMMER H1 (1992)
Height:
6’5” | 1.96 m
Width:
7’2.5” | 2.20 m
Length:
15’4.5” | 4.69 m
Depth:
Weight:
3925 lb | 1780 kg
Area:

Wheelbase: 10’10” | 3.30 m

Wheelbase
H1
Brand
HUMMER
Year
1992-2006

Drawings include:
HUMMER H1 side elevation, front, back, plan

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Ford F-100 (1956)

The Ford F-100 (1956) is a second-generation model of the Ford F-Series line of trucks. With a redesigned and integrated body with a larger ‘wrap-around’ windshield, the 1956 model of the Ford F-100 continues to be an iconic and much sought after classic body form for truck enthusiasts.

The Ford F-100 (1956) has an overall length of 15’9” (4.8 m), wheelbase of 9’2” (2.79 m), a width of 6’3” (1.92 m), and height of 6’3” (1.92 m).

Multiple drawings of the Ford F-100 (1956) truck with dimensions for height, width, and length
The Ford F-100 (1956) is a second-generation model of the Ford F-Series line of trucks with a redesigned and integrated body with a larger ‘wrap-around’ windshield.

The Ford F-100 (1956) has an overall length of 15’9” (4.8 m), wheelbase of 9’2” (2.79 m), a width of 6’3” (1.92 m), and height of 6’3” (1.92 m).

Multiple drawings of the Ford F-100 (1956) truck with dimensions for height, width, and length
Ford F-100 (1956)
Height:
6’3” | 1.92 m
Width:
6’3” | 1.92 m
Length:
15’9” | 4.8 m
Depth:
Weight:
3,250 lb | 1,475 kg
Area:

Wheelbase: 9’2” | 2.79 m

Model
F-100
Automaker
Ford
Year
1956

Drawings include:
Ford F-100 (1956) side elevation, front, back, plan

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