American SUV redesign company Apocalypse Manufacturing has unveiled an extreme Jeep called the Apocalypse Hellfire. For a six-wheeled car with a 750-horsepower engine and removable doors, they ask for $ 199,900.
Probably the base for the Apocalypse Hellfire was the Gladiator pickup, but the model is not specified in the description on the seller’s website. In addition to the third axle and six wheels with 40-inch tires, the car has received a significantly redesigned exterior with new panels and steel bumpers. There are also two LED “chandeliers” – between the headlights and above the windshield, enclosed in a custom frame.
Among other innovations are two powerful winches: the front one is designed for a pulling force of 4309 kilograms, and the rear one is 5443 kilograms. Jeep is equipped with electric retractable steps and removable doors. The leather-trimmed interior has a navigator, premium audio system and an engine start button. Also included is a rear view camera.
The brutal Jeep is powered by a 6.2-liter Hellcat V8 engine that develops 750 horsepower and is paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission. Depending on the selected mode, traction can be supplied to four or all six wheels of the SUV.
Last year, tuning studio Hennessey unveiled a six-wheeled Mammoth pickup truck based on the Ram 1500 TRX. During the reincarnation, the car got a seven-liter engine with a capacity of about 1200 horsepower, built on the basis of the “native” 712-horsepower V8. Limited to three copies, each worth over $ 500,000.