You can rent this BMW 750i monster truck!

Costs something, but then you also have something. The Russian owner of the Valkyrie 766 boasts that his creation combines the luxury of a BMW 7 Series with extreme off-road capability. If you walk through the mud, your butt will be kept at a nice temperature by heated, leather-covered seats. Probably even the characteristic silence in the BMW cabin has been preserved, because if we read the Valkyrie 766 website like this – our Russian is a bit rusty – then the original M70-V12 with 300 hp is still present.

Military GAZ-66

The Valkyrie 766 was built in 2010. The Russian owner apparently wanted to combine a BMW 750i with a military GAZ-66. This four-wheel drive truck was introduced in 1964 and remained in production until 1999. About 1 million units were built during that time, mainly for the armies of the Soviet Union. The GAZ-66 has a rock-solid reputation based on its simple engineering, reliability and off-road capabilities.

You can rent this BMW 750i monster truck!

Automobile Frankenstein

Imagine how much effort it must have taken to construct this automobile Frankenstein. The result is as comical as it is impressive. This monstrous BMW 7 Series has four-wheel drive, differential locks on the front and rear axles and balloon tires that you can’t believe. With the bullbar in front you can almost push a house to the ground. And the winch will save you if you unexpectedly get stuck in the mud, which seems unlikely to us.

You can rent it

As said, you can rent the Valkyrie 766. Unfortunately, that is not possible in the current corona situation, because you would have to travel to Russia for that; to a town about a four-hour drive southwest of Moscow. If you want to take the 7-series with you for a maximum of 2 hours, you will lose 73 euros. Of course you can also scrub longer through the woods. You can rent the Valkyrie for up to 24 hours, but that will cost you 400 euros. Just divide by four, because so many people fit in with ease.


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