It’s called Hercules and for good reason. The recently unveiled 6×6 has been designated as the world’s most powerful 6×6 pickup truck.
As the bigger brother of the Rezvani Tank, the new offering from the Irvine, California-based Rezvani Motors is built from Jeep Wrangler underpinnings. It’s 20-feet long and has an extra axle, a super long bed and six 37-inch wheels.
Power statistics for the new beast area impressive: It has a Dodge Demon supercharged V8 that can produce 1,300 horsepower and 989 ft. lbs. of torque.
The beast is propelled by an eight-speed auto transmission from the Dodge Ram TRX. The truck is capable of two-wheel, four-wheel and full six-wheel-drive on demand.
Further impressive, the Hercules’ customization possibilities include three additional engine choices, various winches or tow hooks, three suspension setups and two brake kit options.
Rezvani Hercules 6×6
The interior can also be customized but the standard features include Nappa leather seats, a suede headliner and a nine-inch infotainment screen compatible with Apple CarPlay.
The Military Edition is the most extreme. It includes ballistic armor and bulletproof glass, FLIR night vision, a self-sealing fuel tank and a smokescreen.
There are also electrified door handles, underbody explosive protection, sirens, strobe lights, gas masks and a hypothermia kit.
The Hercules starts at $225,000; the Military Edition starts at $325,000. Options can vault the price to more than $500,000.
“The focus of the new Hercules 6×6 was to be athletic in design and stance, have a refined ride and suspension, be the right size to be easily used as a daily driver, have a luxurious interior, and push the envelope in what a six-wheeled truck can be,” said Rezvani CEO Ferris Rezvani. “The new Hercules 6×6 is easily the toughest and most powerful production truck in the world.”
For more information, visit: www.rezvanimotors.com
Article Last Updated: November 30, 2020.
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