Nomad – Vehicle2018-02-05T16:52:23+00:00

Project Description

Nomad- Vehicle

Intro

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Nomad Chief Industries’ Vasco da Gama is a multifunctional exploration and survival vehicle for the “New Earth”.

It is capable of moving on rough terrain and pulling extreme payloads in the form of various customizable self-sufficient survival trailers.

Nomad Chief’s Vasco da Gama model incorporates 3d boost terrain view technology featuring – “I C better than eyes” vision control. Vasco da Gama model is technologically advanced yet functionally rugged to meet all survival and exploration needs. Zixomyte based power source and enclosed spin wheel mechanics allow Vasco da Gama to stay in the wild for years without needing any major servicing.

Background: In 2035 population of humans on Earth fell down to just 4 million. Major global conflicts started in the year 2020 but ended abruptly by 2025 as a direct result of multiple Earth surface changing natural disasters. Wars combined with nature’s fury literally wiped humans from the face of the Earth. Most humans who survived eventually migrated to the new world of planet “TARA” abandoning mother Earth. Approximately 3-4 million die hard “Earthies” consisting of intellectuals, artists, engineers, designers and scientists refused to leave planet Earth despite it’s harsh, barren and completely re-formed terrain.

In 2030 Nomad Chief industries launched their Vasco Da Gama exploration vehicle for the “Earthies” to travel long distances and reclaim Mother Earth.

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