OREANDA-NEWS The car was assembled from components from tricycles and military all-terrain vehicles. 

In honor of the 50th anniversary of the landing of a man on the moon, Polaris built a replica of the Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV), which was used in the Apollo program in 1971-72. The car is assembled from the components of the serial buggy, all-terrain vehicles and tricycles and is fully functional. 

A replica of the lunar rover Polaris Industries employees built in collaboration with the Rocket and Space Center, located in Huntsville, Alabama. The electric vehicle was based on the upgraded chassis from the RZR buggy, on which we hung components borrowed from other products of the company, from lighting equipment from Indian motorcycles to electronic brakes from tactical military all-terrain vehicles. 

The main contractor for the original Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) project was Delco, a division of General Motors specializing in electronic components. The LRV was equipped with four electric motors with a total capacity of one horsepower and could drive up to 92 kilometers on a single charge.