Even though the SEMA show was dominated by tuned and crazy custom cars, Cub Cadet silently revealed their new VTX Crossover, whic is versatile all-terrain vehicle.
According to its maker, the VTX can handle your off-road business and also provide lots of fun! And you can tell they’re right just by looking at its insane design. Granted, it doesn’t look very serious, but it offers many of the rugged features found across the proven Volunteer platform with several enhancements in form and function.
They also offer a wide range of upgrades including a new engine and drive-train. Under the hood is a powerful, parallel-twin Webber engine with twice the horsepower found on the current Volunteer EFI allowing it to reach speeds of 45 mph plus. You can control the top speed by a special speed key!
“Whether it’s tackling a variety of professional work-related needs, taking on extreme, challenging terrain or transporting VIPs, the new Volunteer VTX concept utility vehicle represents the epitome of both form and function, bringing high style to high performance and high capability applications,” said Jeff Salamon, director of marketing. “The essence of the new VTX concept utility vehicle is a combination of powerful utility with incredible transformability – allowing users unprecedented UTV functionality. Pushing the boundaries of the UTV as we know it, the cross-over design of the VTX opens the market to a new class of transformable Utility Vehicles.”