Elvar Mar Palsson, an Icelandic mechanic, expert on franchise, training and support of the Arctic Trucks International company, works on the first 6-wheel all-terrain pickup modified in Russia and based on the Toyota Hilux car at an assembly shop of the Arctic Trucks Russia plant in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, July 24, 2014.
The Arctic Trucks plant is the only one of its type in Russia which modifies off-road Toyota and Lexus cars according to the international quality standards to strengthen their durability, reliability and off-road properties.
The company, founded in Iceland in 1990, also produces exclusive vehicles for the needs of special services, medical personnel, expeditions which operate in the severe conditions of the Arctic and Antarctic, according to official representatives of the company.
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