You may be familiar with Rezvani Motors. They build the “Tank,” a $180,000 Jeep Wrangler that looks like it has been quaffing some late-1990s-MLB-player-grade steroids and doing semi-hourly Insanity workouts. Now, Rezvani has announced an even more extravagant-looking and expensive Jeep-based build, the Hercules 6×6 pickup — which they are calling “the god of all trucks.”
Horsepower? The Rezvani Hercules 6×6 can have it. You can level up to a supercharged 7.0-liter V8 pushing out 1,300 horsepower. You can also opt for a 500-hp 6.4-liter SRT V8. The standard engine is the stock 285 hp 3.6-liter V6 used in the Wrangler, Gladiator and just about every other FCA offering, however. You can fit those smaller two engines with a six-speed manual.
Size? The Rezvani Hercules 6×6 is large — but, like the Jeep Wrangler, also smaller than you would anticipate. “The God of All Trucks” is 244 inches long, about 6.5 inches short of the longest F-150. It’s half an inch taller than the F-150 Raptor, but roughly two inches thinner.
Price tag? Expensive. The starting price is $225,000, but a reasonable build would cost far more than that. That 1,300-horsepower engine is a $249,000 add-on. And you’ll probably want things like the $1,750 sport exhaust, the $3,500 automatic side steps and the $1,750 Steel Ram Bumper. Tow Package? That’ll be $8,500. And you might as well plunk down the $2,500 for the Interior Light Package. If you don’t have a Bat-signal-like Rezvani logo on your truck, why are you even bothering?
Suppose you like the idea of the Hercules 6×6, but are worried about an imminent attack? Fret not: there’s the armored Hercules 6×6 Military, which you can get with goodies like electrified door handles, blinding lights, a push-button smokescreen, a self-sealing fuel tank and a security survival kit with military-grade gas masks. That one starts at $325,000.
You can reserve your Rezvani Hercules 6×6 with a $1,500 deposit. Just note that the deposit is non-refundable.
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