Worlds First ELECTRIC Snowmobile - A Battery Powered Sled?!

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  1. SuperMrHolland


    You don't have to buy one - You need to buy TWO. Since it doesn't require any footwork, she can ride along in her own (slightly modified??). Quality time with your wife is priceless!

  2. Taiga Motors

    Taiga Motors

    We promise we didn't organize for all those gas snowmobiles to pull up 😂, on another note, it was great having you try out the Nomad!

  3. Crenai


    Hey Cambry. Please allow Zack to buy one of these machines. I could argue, that it be a nice couple with EV Hummer, while going up to some mountains, but people would also like to see, if it scratches at level 6, with deeper grooves at level 7. 😀

  4. Tech With Brett

    Tech With Brett

    Cambry, Zack said he is in need of an emotional support dog, since dogs love playing in the snow, this electric snow mobile is pretty much the same thing.

  5. Toby Cooper

    Toby Cooper

    You mentioned it in passing a few times but I could imagine how much more relaxing and enjoyable it would be out in nature when your ears aren't being violated by all that engine and exhaust noise under you.

  6. Winston Wright

    Winston Wright

    Seems like those would also come in handy for filming purposes. Being so much quieter. And HECK YES we wanna see the JetSki!!

  7. Blake Erickson

    Blake Erickson

    This is super cool! I think the one thing that would make me hesitant to buy one over a gas-powered is the lack of options for extending the range. With gas, you can just strap a jerry can to the tunnel or ride out on the back of your buddy's sled and come back with one if you run out completely. With batteries, I don't see any means of getting the sled back out without towing it.

  8. 10p6


    $20K+ Wow. I can wait to see a Jerryrig video showing all these lithium batteries being environmentally recycled? I love electric vehicles and have an Electric Truck, but like smart phones, everyone wants the best, with little to no care about the environmental cost in production and afterlife.

  9. Jimmy is Promo

    Jimmy is Promo

    Dude is literally living the dream

  10. Filip Silvåker

    Filip Silvåker

    seems like a great piece of machinery, one thing i wonder about though. Is the radiator made extra super tough? If it would ever toss a rock or solid pieces of ice into a 'normal' car radiator the small 'flanges' would be bent instantly.

  11. briansmobile1


    Serendipitous all those noisy, smokey sleds showed up for the video for contrast!

  12. Jusmar


    I love the concept of EVs for outdoor exploration. It's just amazing to be able to hear that winter silence while zooming along at 40 mph.

  13. MuhaloTube


    I like that it has all the modern tech of an electric motorcycle. I don't know about finding a recharge station out on the trail. There's still a huge advantage to carrying a gas can while offroading.

  14. Matthew Lavergne

    Matthew Lavergne

    Taiga is a super rad company! Hoping to see these up in the Revelstoke mountains or in Whistler!

  15. Justin Buhr

    Justin Buhr

    Super cool, I'd love to be able to go out into the woods in one and not have the fumes and noise. The only question I have is the ability to move it if you get stuck in a lot of powder? I've spent a lot of hours slowly shuffling the front and back end of a machine onto more stable snow to get out. Not sure if that would be possible with how heavy this is.

  16. Kaizer


    Man they honestly have to find a way to get those range between 100-150 for it to be reliable in non casual uses.

  17. Kyle Long

    Kyle Long

    This is cool for casual short riding. But 750 lb is really heavy and it would be nice to see the range bumped up to over 100 miles. These would be cool for rental fleets.

  18. Jens Erling Bråten

    Jens Erling Bråten

    Great video! My guess is that snowmobiles, snowcats, tractors, excavators etc. would have battery options in the future, but the main part of these vehicles which is requiring a huge amount of energy to run, would transition from petrol/diesel to hydrogen. This is simply because todays battery technology (lithium ion) is way to heavy and not energy dense enough to replace fossil fuels.

  19. H-EV Tech

    H-EV Tech

    Having ridden gas snowmobiles for the last 3-5 years. I can say this is a small stepping stone, but 60 miles and 12 hours of charging is a far cry from the 100+ mile range and 2min fill up that allow for me to go on long trail rides. This is not to mention the difficulty of finding a charger along a trail up in Michigan. I love to see innovation and am definitely intrigued at the instant torque.

  20. D B

    D B

    The only downfall I can see is the 60 mile range and lack of chargers on snow mobile trails. I'm guessing serious snow mobilers go hundreds of miles. Otherwise, pretty cool.