The Rogue was converted by Quebec-based Motorsports in Action, who made changes to the suspension to accommodate the huge tracks. In addition, custom snow guards and slight body modifications prevent large-scale snow build up.
According to Nissan, the Rogue Warrior is able to reach speeds up to 62 mph, and scale a 45-degree grade.
As if launching a tracked Rogue wasn’t enough, the Rogue Warrior hit the ski slopes with Olivier Bedard, the 2015 Micra Cup champion behind the wheel. In a new video, Olivier acts as ski lift for a group of bored slope-goers, and drags the lot of them up to the top of the slope. When they arrive, he acts a tugboat and pulls them down the slope behind him as well.
Take a look at the insane Nissan Rogue Warrior tackle the slopes in the video below.