Beasty Beauty In The Snow

Its peak summer in some countries so hopefully Michal Bonikowski’s Snowmobile concept will bring you some respite! In any case it’s awesome to see some diverse talents in Michal, who is famous for his Facebook Phones on YD. The mission with this snowmobile is pure personal pleasure; something that is a perfect marriage of excellent handling, all-terrain-vehicle and a closed cabin for the driver.

Sporting an efficient electric drive it will easily take us up the slope (even the ones hardly accessible) or to work by a snowy road forgotten by civilization.

Designer: Michal Bonikowski


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  • Zach zachow says:

    I totally agree with everything you said but it would never be legalized with for trail uses. Ski-foo used to make something very similar to this but if memory serves me right one single track bit two.

  • Joel M. Barr says:

    I actually designed something almost exactly like this years ago while doodling in algebra class in high school – mine though was longer and wider (I’m a big fellow – and thought that if I ever had to commute in this – I’d need a place to put my stuff). The tracks were MUCH wider thus making the cab lower to the ground (less drag) and the skis were wider (though not that cool looking!). Totally didn’t have headlights (I always thought of it like drag racers for snow – hey, I was 15.) And the steering was stupid simple…

    But I saw this and was like “OH! Great friggin’ minds, man!” Awesome to see!

  • jake says:

    Looks sexy, but you’d have no go power in snow with two narrow tracks. You’d just high-center like a car and sit there going – whiiiiiiiing whiiiiiiing.

    Join the two in back and you might have something.

    Nice 3DS Max work though.

  • evan says:

    very clean design. Perfect for commuting in Park CitY and such. I hope to see this product available soon. My hats off to you.

  • Remi says:

    Nice but not practical this machine will get stuck in the snow he needs to extent the drive belt almost to the front of the machine . The starting angle is to aggressive and wont do anything good in the snow …

  • Bejaoui Narjes says:

    Faire du snowmobile sans craindre le froid c’est super génial… trop la classe !!
    Nous exigeons une adaptation de cet engin version sahara 🙂

  • Psychoswede says:

    Anything with a Volvo badge on it is not worth the money…
    Wouldn’t take any Volvo even for free. I hate Volvo and I’m from Sweden.

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  • Scott S says:

    Everyone complaining about the dual tracks are forgetting about the old Raider that used them, and was the long standing drag racer until the other companies started winning by sheer horsepower and cleats and ice spikes up to that point the raider had the advantage in loose and packed snow because the dual tracks added up to 50% more track surface than the closest single track competitor but where this sled will fail is maneuverability, those skis are worthless back it up and watch them dig in. And as for electric drive… even Lithium batteries lose capacity when cold, so are the wrapped in a (sic) electric blanket too?

  • Luis Da Silva says:

    I would love to know if Michal Bonikowski is marketing this sled through anyone?

  • Keith says:

    that is not a Volvo emblem on the hood

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  • Dave says:

    Sharp looking but you’re on her own when you get it stuck in the slush ‘cause I ain’t trying to lift that beast! At a minimum it needs a winch mounted on the front ‘cause you are going to need it.

    Designed by an artist and not an engineer. The track doesn’t have enough surface area for loose snow. And 2 narrow tracks make it even worse. With the track so far back it puts a lot of weight on the skis. Those spindly little things won’t float. And it looks like the weight on the skis is too far forward which will cause them to dart all over the trail. They need to be preloaded to the back. And with the blunt ski tails, forget about reverse. Too wide for most Northern Ontario trails and won’t fit through farm gates in Southern Ontario. Probably too heavy for early season ice for the fishermen. Batteries are heavy and have short lifespans in the cold. It has no room for gear – not even a lunch. And besides, the fresh air is the best thing about snowmobiling.

    Might as well just take my truck.

  • Cindi Lou says:

    Can we see the inside?

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  • Rid says:

    Beautiful design but impractical. First, the tread isn’t set up for deep powder. You need to move it forward and have one very wide tread. Secondly, there is no room inside the cab for the driver to balance this machine. Driver needs to move left, right, back and forward…..Therefore, this is useless in the wilderness. The die stance of the skis help somewhat.

    Hey,I love the design. Now make it work for the world!!


  • Mack says:

    Beautiful prototype but I would be interested to see this model widespread, affordable, and practical. I agree it would be nice to have a small space near the rear for storage to be tucked away. It would be great if you could still stand/kneel with the seat on this, too, or it would ruin the fun. Does it really handle well in deep powder with the skis and track set like so?

  • RPM Computer says:

    This Design will indeed work with a little tweaking…Raider Twin Track had modest success in the 1980’s . Manta Twin Track was the latest model up until 2001 ish. The rear track width could indeed be adjusted but they should be out to the same width as the skis on both sides to make 2 trails in the snow instead of four with the current design. Good Work! Keep going with it!


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