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This Rezvani Tank is exactly what you'll want if the world is taken over – when you need bulletproofing and stylish safety, but don't want to sacrifice comfort or off-roading capabilities!

In an unexpected twist, even small-batch supercar manufacturers have been bitten by the SUV bug. Take this California-based supercar builder Rezvani's latest, which goes against the traditional supercar gain of its Beast Alpha coupe!

Given the name the Tank, this radical machine is a body-on-frame off-roader. And, of course, no one springing for a bulletproof SUV should be driven around in anything less than a car with hyper-luxe leather guts!

It seems the Rezvani Tank is based on a current-generation Jeep Wrangler – considering the body and the Jeep emblem on the windshield. This leads us to believe that it's actually more than capable off-road! 

The 6.4-liter Hemi V8 churns out 500 hp, but Rezvanu wasn't all that clear about the rest of the driveline. But we can imagine an eight-speed ZF automatic sending that power to a beefed-up Jeep four-wheel-drive system.

The optional ballistic armour protection and thermal night vision is where the Trank truly earns its name. Both of these are handy features if you're an off-roading head of state, or if you plan to drive it around malls during the early hours of Black Friday.

The Rezvani Tank starts at $178,000, and could be the perfect addition to your end-of-times underground airplane hanger or collection of over the top cars! 

Plus, it would totally protect you during the apocalypse ;) 


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