That’s right. During an apocalypse, the Tank and Tank Military might not be sufficient as you probably need to carry some stuff along with you. Thankfully, Rezvani has addressed this problem with the Hercules 6×6 and Hercules 6×6 Military. Compared to the Tank, the Hercules gets an extra axle and of course, a generously-sized bed.
Anyway, for whatever reason it exists, we’re glad that it exists. There’s no visual differentiation between the standard Hercules and its Military version, which I think makes total sense. Also, as we know, the Military version is not just about the looks.
The standard Hercules’ front gets a composite bumper as standard, while a steel Ram bumper for $1,750 can be picked up from the options list.
Those bronze-ish wheels are wrapped with military-grade run-flat tires in the Military version. The options list also includes massive 16-inch brakes with 8-piston calipers for $5,600. Rezvani will also offer multiple off-road suspension options, with the range-topping Fox Extreme with 5-inch lift costing $12,500.
The Military version boasts a bulletproof construction including the glass; standard Ram bumper, underside explosive protection, Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) protection, self-sealing fuel tank, electrified door handles, magnetic dead bolts, gas masks, hypothermia kit and so on.
On both variants, the standard engine is a 285 bhp (213 kW) 3.6L V6. The options list has a 500 bhp (373 kW) 6.4L SRT V8 for $40,000 and a 1,300 bhp (969 kW) 7.0L Supercharged V8 for $295,000. The gearbox is an 8-speed ZF automatic.
As for the base prices of the truck itself, the standard Hercules 6×6 starts at US$ 225,000 while the Hercules 6×6 Military will command US$ 325,000.