Rezvani Motors has updated the Tank for the model year 2020. The lineup now includes the Tank, Tank X, and Tank Military, with the latter getting armor protection and defensive technologies.
The design changes look rather subtle. However, there’s a reworked front grille, new headlamps with integrated DRLs, a more sculpted bonnet, new wheel arches, and a new front bumper. There are sculptural changes in the side profile too; the doors get a traditional pull-type handle, which in the Tank Military, are electrified too. The rear-end now looks more appealing with an integrated spoiler, new taillights, and a new bumper as well. Rounding off the mean looks are a new set of wheels.
Options include Off-Road Package and Off-Road Extreme Package, which add a 6-inch lift, off-road tires, Fox shocks and more.
The Tank continues to be based on a Wrangler chassis, which is why you see the similarities. Standard features on the Tank Military include bulletproof glass and body armor, underside explosive protection, military-grade run-flat tires, self-sealing fuel tank, Thermal Night Vision System, reinforced suspension, Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) protection, gas masks, continuous video recording, and even a hypothermia kit.
The Tank is powered by a 500 hp 6.4-litre V8 from SRT, while the Tank X packs a 6.2-litre Supercharged V8 from Dodge Demon that is tuned to produce over 1,000 hp. The Tank Military can be had with either of the aforementioned engines.
The base model continues to carry a price tag of $155,000, while the Tank X with 6.2L V8 engine starts at $349,000. The Tank Military will ask you to start the cheque at $295,000.