Outrun the apocalypse in the 1300hp Rezvani Hercules 6×6

Rezvani Hercules 6x6

Rezvani has added an extra set of wheels to its Tank and a crazy-powerful 7.0L V8 engine. Meet the Hercules 6×6.

This would have to be Rezvani’s boldest build yet. It’s not the only 6×6 ute but it is the most powerful with more than twice the grunt of the Hennessy VelociRaptor or the Mercedes-Benz G63.

Yep, there are three engines to choose from but it’s the tweaked 7.0L supercharged V8 crate engine (starts as a 6.2L V8) version of the one in the Dodge Challenger Demon that’s the most powerful, pumping out 1300hp through an eight-speed automatic to all six wheels.

Rezvani Hercules 6x6

The Hercules 6×6 is basically a Tank with extra wheels and, like the Rezvani Tank, a Jeep Wrangler or maybe Gladiator (it won’t say) is the starting point. The thing can be driven in two, four, or six-wheel drive. It’s also available with a 3.6L V6 or a 6.4L V8. There are two different Fox suspension kits to choose from, two brake kits, and much more to improve the off-road ability of the Hercules 6×6.

Rezvani Hercules 6x6

As if the Hercules 6×6 isn’t bonkers enough, buyers can order the Military Edition which pushes the price to USD$325,000. This thing offers Kevlar armour, bulletproof glass, underbody protection from explosives, run-flat tyres, and electromagnetic pulse protection. You can even electrify the door handles and fit an external smoke screen machine, as well as onboard gas masks and a hypothermia kit.Right, who wants one? If you’re tempted or just want to goof around for a bit, check out the online configurator.

While you’re here subscribe to the MotoFomo Newsletter

Sign Up for the latest news, reviews, advice, buying guides and more delivered to your inbox every week


* indicates required

Previous articleThis Ellaspede custom 1984 BMW R65 is sensational
Next articlePedal in style on these cool vintage-style e-bikes
Isaac Bober has been writing about cars and 4x4s for more than 20 years, has worked on some of the country's biggest motoring magazines (remember what they were?), and launched Practical Motoring. Now he's back, back again... to share dad jokes and much more.