Taking ATVs to their extreme, Romanian designer Andrus Ciprian has come up with an off-road vehicle named “Hummer HB” that removes both the front and the rear extensions for a clutter-free design. Featuring a body-on-frame format finished in aluminum and carbon fiber to make it lightweight yet powerful, the HB with its huge wheels makes commuting possible on almost all roads and terrains. Proposed in two different segments, one with a smaller windscreen split into three sections and an array of cameras to allow an enhanced projection and security to the driver, and the other version presenting a more conventional single frame windscreen with additional lighting mounted on the roof that is just ideal for the true off-roader.
Integrating a powerful winch to extract it or other vehicles from sticky situations, the HP also touts an armored paneling underneath, which not only protects the drivetrain but the passengers, from bumps on rocky terrains, as well. Moreover, the Hummer HB powers the V6 engine, propelling the wheels through a six-speed automatic transmission, using bio-fuel to make all drives eco-friendly.