After a long list of teasers, Rezvani Motors has finally unleashed the Tank, their first military-inspired high-performance SUV. The Tank is unlike any other SUV we have ever seen as it looks like a machine straight out of a sci-fi movie. Let’s have a detailed look at the Rezvani’s Tank that is out to devour the normal crop of SUVs.
The Tank is truly unconventional. The grille is meshed with Rezvani motif and flanked by sleek headlamps. The front bumper is truck-style while there is an overdo of shapes and creases on the bonnet.
The entire cab sits on a raised suspension, lending it a quirky yet unique character. The wheel arches are floating upfront and integrated at the rear. The shape of the cab is a unique design unlike any other.
The doors are power-operated suicidal ones. The military ruggedness is evident in the way the doors are done on the Tank. Meanwhile, at the rear, the entire posterior of the SUV is contemporary, to say the least.
Although the exterior of the Tank looks battle-ready, the cabin is a luxurious affair. The California-based carmaker has provided leather upholstery, a heads-up display and a 7.9-inch infotainment screen inside the cabin.
Powering the tank is a 3.6-litre V6 for the entry-level version. But for a proper beast mode, there is also a 6.4-litre Hemi V8 belting out 500bhp. The capability of the Tank is further enhanced by two packages.
The first optional Off-Road Package adds on a 6-inch lift and comes with capable 37x12.5-inch off-road tyres, Dynatrac ProRock 44/60 axle set with E-lockers and Fox 2.5-inch Remote Reservoir Shocks.
The top-end Off-Road Extreme Package adds larger 37x13.5inch tyres, Dynatrac ProGrip front and rear brakes, front 1350 and rear 1410 drive shafts, and Fox 2.5” Internal Bypass Shocks with DSC.
Apart from these, one can also opt for a FLIR thermal night vision, Kevlar armour, bulletproof glass, military-grade run-flat tires, Kevlar protected fuel tank, floorpan, and radiator.
The Rezvani Tank retails at $178,500 with deliveries beginning later this year. The Tank sits alongside the Beast in the California-based manufacturer's line-up.