Torsus Praetorian school bus might be the best thing made this year
Made in Czech Republic with all-wheel drive, this school bus looks like something out of a Mad Max film...
Imagine this scenario: there is a school located in the hills, and the road to there is steep and paved with rocks and other types of obstacles that many cars won't be able to get past. That's where the Torsus Praetorian comes in.
The bus can carry up to 35 passengers, which admittedly is not as much as a normal London bus can carry. However, where it lacks in size it makes up in quality and ruggedness, as the bus has seats covered with protective polymer coating, as well as a heavy duty four-wheel drive system and massive tyres that can go to places that even a Range Rover can't get to.
The vehicle that this school bus is based on is the normal Praetorian that would mainly be used for transportation in industrial areas such as mines and quarries, although it is much more luxurious than that at it has a kitchen, a toilet and even a bedroom.
So how much does the standard bus with a 6.9-litre straight-six engine producing 237bhp cost? Well, the Praetorian costs €150,000 (£141,000), which is quite good value for a vehicle that can go up a mountain and has all the luxury necessary for your upcoming trip to Scotland.