off-road vehicle

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off-road vehicle

[′ȯf¦rōd ′vē·ə·kəl]
(mechanical engineering)
A conveyance designed to travel on unpaved roads, trails, beaches, or rough terrain rather than on public roads.
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Despite its relatively restricted exterior dimensions, the T-Cross is cleverly designed to give the impression of a chunky and purposeful offroad vehicle.
But current talks with Ford and Ineos about plans to make an offroad vehicle similar to Land Rover's recently discontinued Defender provides hope to employees, according to the Financial Times.
A new, lightweight composite component designed for the backseat system of an offroad vehicle made by a European automobile manufacturer has "huge potential" for series production.
One example is the backseat system of an offroad vehicle made by a European automobile manufacturer.
PC Russel Blenkinsop, a road collision expert at Northumbria Police, told the inquest at Newcastle's Civic Centre that Paul's bike, a KTM 125, was an offroad vehicle not designed for use on the highway.
Minnesota-based offroad vehicle maker Polaris Industries Inc.
14 November 2016 - Minnesota-based offroad vehicle maker Polaris Industries Inc.
Marines have also trained with the ground unmanned support surrogate, a four-wheeled gas-powered offroad vehicle retrofitted with a robotics kit that allows it to automatically follow a Marine at a specified distance or navigate routes autonomously from point to point.
Admittedly it's not designed as a heavy duty offroad vehicle but that all-wheel-drive means it has all the grip that most people will ever want unless they really do want to go mud plugging.
If you want to begin understanding how to drive an offroad vehicle, watch the movie and never, ever drive like that.
A Northumberland-based electric vehicle engineering firm has launched its first electric offroad vehicle and is preparing to unveil a five-door electric passenger car later this month.
As well as a large cordon at the scene of the shooting, there were police and forensic officers on nearby Easby Walk examining a burnt-out offroad vehicle under a bright light.