The Rezvani Tank X has its heart borrowed from a Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat. That’s going to make The Rock grin non-stop, if he gets to drive one in the Fast and Furious spinoff.
In some non-supercar news, the Rezvani Tank X has made its arrival on the front pages of auto news sites again. The new variant from the California-based Rezvani Motors got all the attention, thanks to its new powerplant. The futuristic-looking SUV’s latest variant has the supercharged V8 from the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat under its bulky hood.
The Rezvani Tank made a lot of buzz back in 2017 when it made its debut. Though there is a Jeep Wrangler Unlimited underneath all those fancy aluminum panels, the Tank is beyond doubt a fascinating and capable off-roader. And yes, we are still looking forward to seeing it being cast in the next Fast and Furious movie. Or any upcoming Netflix sci-fi production, if the former is too much to ask for.
The entry-level Tank has a 285 hp, 260 lb-ft, FCA’s Pentastar 3.6-liter V6 powering it. A 6.4-liter V8 delivering 500 hp drives another variant up the ladder. But the Tank X tops them all by offering the 6.2-liter, 707 hp, 650 lb-ft Dodge SRT Hellcat unit. Unmodified, pure and all set to conquer all kinds of terrain, the Hellcat engine is quite a fine choice for the Tank X which tops the unarmoured range of urban assault vehicles from Rezvani.
The Rezvani Tank X is something that The Rock should drive in the upcoming Fast and Furious spinoff – Hobbs and Shaw. Okay, we said that again!
The Off-Road Package comes as standard feature in the Tank X. If your morning drive to the gym happens to have a mountain in the way, you can always opt for the Off-Road Extreme Package. And if the late night drive from the city’s hottest club is getting tricky, check the tick box for the FLIR Thermal Night Vision. Full leather package is also on the menu for those who prefer to annoy PETA. And in case you don’t wish to test your trouser’s stitching endurance by climbing into this tall rider, Rezvani will gladly integrate the Convenience Package with automatic side steps.
What about the price for all of that together? The Tank X will reduce your bank balance by a hefty $260,000, to begin with and will add more to the bill once you start ticking the options. That’s a lot of money for an exotic off-roader, especially when you can get a Lamborghini Urus for more or less the same sum. But Rezvani isn’t looking at prospective Urus buyers as target customers. Parking a Tank X next to the Urus will clear up that part.