The Moab may look like a new direction at Superlite, but really, it’s more of the same: more strength, more lightness, more great engineering, and more value than any other competing product.
In the new Moab, Superlite has built an off-road vehicle that performs like a Trophy Truck, but costs just a little more than some of the hotrodded UAV/UTV vehicles. And, in most cases, you may be able to license it for the street, depending on your state.
All that makes the Moab a great pre-runner, fast desert truck, or even the basis for an all-out race truck. And for much less cost than any of the lesser alternatives, when you consider the level of equipment standard on the Moab.
For example, instead of 1 3/4” tubing, the Moab uses hefty 2” diameter DOM steel tube for the chassis and cage. The chassis and cage were designed using hundreds of computer simulations to produce the strongest, lightest chassis possible, so you know it can take the rigors of severe duty.
Instead of tubular control arms, the Moab begins with a severe-duty laser cut boxed plate design, which is stronger and lighter. You don’t have to upgrade these arms to run hard as they have 1 ¼ rod ends to boot.
The Moab even has Fox racing shocks with 20 inches of travel, to really soak up the impacts that are part of off-roading.
And even the steering- critical in an off-roader- has the same power steering system found in class 1 and Trophy Trucks, so your new Moab is reliable and as easy to drive as possible.
Of course, aside from suspension, the heart of any off-roader is power. And the Moab has it in spades, with optional engines from Katech Performance, an engine supplier that has shown it’s ability to build high-power, reliable engines by supplying the GM Corvette Racing team during some of their wins at such races as the 24 Hours of Le Mans, as well as multiple championships with Corvette and in many other series as well.
So, to recap- incredible chassis and suspension, plenty of power, and the Superlite reputation for innovative engineering.
Call the factory to reserve your Moab today! Starting at just $54,995!
Drive: Left hand (LHD) or right hand (RHD)
Overall Length: 195"
Wheel Travel: 20+"
Weight: 3,750 lbs. typical
Weight Distribution: 45% front, 55% rear (typical, depends on drivetrain and other choices)
Ground Clearance: 26"
Drivetrain Configuration: Mid-engine rear drive
Fuel Tank Capacity: 30 gallons total
Suspension: Laser cut steel box section full spherical bearing TIG welded
Chassis Construction: 2" DOM steel, to meet trophy truck spec TIG welded
Body Construction: Laser-cut, CNC-formed aluminum
The Moab is featured in this video, taken at the Performance Racing Industry (PRI) show where the car was first displayed.