Prepared with heavily modified polar exploration vehicles, a group of intrepid Russian explorers has just set off on the trip of a lifetime that will see them cross from Russia to Canada by-way of the North Pole and the frozen ocean. The team will drive from Sredniy, Russia to Resolute, Canada using the latest Yemelya-3 and Yemelya-4 vehicles, which have the capability to not only float on water and easily traverse ice and snow—but actually propel themselves on the water at around 2-3 km/h by way of turning the massive floating tires.
This isn't the first time that the team has spent time a great deal of time in some of the coldest and most remote places on earth. In 2009 the group successfully drove 2033 km from Sredniy Island in the Severnaya Zemlya archipelago, all the way to the North Pole. Unfortunately they needed to leave their vehicles, the Yemelya-1 and Yemelya-2, on site and haven't been seen since.
Best of luck!