Wamah Shaman has an off-road soul…

Shaman is the evocative name that Wamah gave to its brand new all-terrain vehicle. The unique design is due to the fact that it was created from scratch. The target of this project was a vehicle capable of providing power on land, as well as lightness on water. But also snow, swamps, sand, mountains and forests are in Shaman’s control.


…and Fpt heart

The beating heart of this vehicle is branded Fpt, that provides diesel turbocharged engines. The 3.0 liters engine, guarantees a maximum torque of 350 newtonmeter already at 1200 rpm. It allows the vehicle to ride off-road with a minimum steady speed of 2 kilometers per hour. On hard-surface roads it can reach a maximum speed of 80 kilometers per hour. Wamah declares that Shaman consumes, on average, 20 liters of fuel every 100 kilometers. Water obstacles are not a problem. Shaman “swims” at a maximum speed of 2 kilometers per hour thanks to wheels rotation only, but reaches 7 kilometers per hour with a detachable hydraulic propeller.



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