Meet The Rezvani Tank: A $178,000 Modified Jeep Wrangler That Will Let You Survive The Zombie Apocalypse
We will never know for sure if something like a zombie apocalypse is about to happen, but if it ever did, the Rezvani Tank is the vehicle that will ensure your survival.
The Rezvani Tank comes from the same company that created the Rezvani Beast X, which is capable of going from zero to 60 miles per hour in only 2.5 seconds with the help of its 700-horsepower engine. Speed, however, is not the main focus of the modifications that created the Rezvani Tank.
The Rezvani Tank: Here's What You Need To Know About It
At a starting price of $178,000, the Rezvani Tank is nowhere near affordable, but vehicle enthusiasts who will be able to appreciate its many features might be willing to pay at least that much money for it.
The Rezvani Tank is powered by a 6.4-liter Hemi V8 engine that is capable of 500 horsepower, with an on-demand four-wheel-drive system. The vehicle also has power-initiated rear-opening doors, high-intensity LED lights, and a must for such an expensive SUV, comfortable ergonomically designed seats.
Unique features for the Rezvani Tank include a thermal night vision system from FLIR that is capable of displaying heat signatures or traditional night vision. The vehicle also offers a heads-up display system on its windshield that shows information about the Rezvani Tank such as its speed and fuel level, as well as other things that the driver may benefit from knowing such as incoming calls, calendar notifications, and the speed limit of the road that the vehicle is on.
Pushing the vehicle deeper into tank territory is the optional ballistic armor protection. A bulletproof Rezvani Tank will greatly help fight back against both hordes of zombies and desperate survivors, so customers thinking about buying the vehicle should not skip that option.
Is The Rezvani Tank A Jeep?
A long and hard look at the Rezvani Tank might remind you of the Jeep Wrangler, and the reason is because the frame of the vehicle is a modified version of what can be seen within the Rubicon Unlimited. The company decided to go with this option to ensure that the Rezvani Tank acquires a road legal status all over the world, while keeping maintenance costs low.
The Rezvani Tank may have a Jeep Wrangler frame and even the Jeep emblem on its windshield, but its modifications make it an entirely different vehicle. Will you be shelling out at least $178,000 for the self-proclaimed extreme utility vehicle?