Water Powered Weapon
MAXIM Australia|October 2019
“There’s nothing else like Azaris in the world,” proclaim the folks at Ferox. Since their machine looks like a NASA buggy, has six wheels, is powered by water, and was designed and built in Australia — they’re not bloody wrong.
Bill Varetimidis

Coming from little known Aussie company Ferox Advanced Vehicles, this monster from the year 3000 promises to ‘liberate the wheel’. The Azaris isn’t a production vehicle as such, rather a vision of a blissful future before all vehicles are automated. The power behind the Azaris comes from four fluid motors.

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