in

This Drivable Truck Is Made Out Of 11,000 Pounds Of Ice Because Why Not

Over some parts of the US, temperatures are well below 0 as their high for the day. Needless to say, it is cold, very cold in most parts of our country. Canadian Tire had a mission: Prove its MotoMaster Eliminator battery could withstand being frozen to -40 degrees Fahrenheit and still start a vehicle. To do that, it utilized a 2005 Chevy Silverado 2500.  The chassis for the truck was taken from a 2005 GMC Silverado and then fitted with a steel frame. After this the ice was added which was sculpted by ice sculpting company Iceculture. But this isn’t your average pickup. They built something that nobody has ever built before, and it works.

This Drivable Truck Is Made Out Of 11,000 Pounds Of Ice Because Why Not
Ice Culture

A company in Canada called Iceculture decided to build

This Drivable Truck Is Made Out Of 11,000 Pounds Of Ice Because Why Not
Ice Culture

A one of a kind, 11,000 pound ice truck.

This Drivable Truck Is Made Out Of 11,000 Pounds Of Ice Because Why Not
Ice Culture
This Drivable Truck Is Made Out Of 11,000 Pounds Of Ice Because Why Not
Ice Culture
This Drivable Truck Is Made Out Of 11,000 Pounds Of Ice Because Why Not
Ice Culture

Oh, and in case you were wondering it is fully drivable too.

This Drivable Truck Is Made Out Of 11,000 Pounds Of Ice Because Why Not
Ice Culture

They have driven it over potholes and other bumps in the road,

This Drivable Truck Is Made Out Of 11,000 Pounds Of Ice Because Why Not
Ice Culture

And the truck has held up perfectly fine.

This Drivable Truck Is Made Out Of 11,000 Pounds Of Ice Because Why Not
Ice Culture

It even has brake lights that illuminate.

This Drivable Truck Is Made Out Of 11,000 Pounds Of Ice Because Why Not
Ice Culture

While they couldn’t build it 100% out of ice, they came pretty close!

This Drivable Truck Is Made Out Of 11,000 Pounds Of Ice Because Why Not
Ice Culture

More info: Iceculture

Oh Canada, we sure do love you.