If the six wheels weren't crazy enough, just look at the color.
If a massive heavy-duty isn't large or outrageous enough for you, there is really only one option. Give it an extra axle. The 6x6 truck trend has taken off in recent years, starting with the Mercedes-AMG G63 6x6 and more recently, aftermarket creations like the Silverado-based Hennessey Goliath and Raptor-based Velociraptor. But even these massive trucks pale in comparison to this latest project from a Mexico-based customization shop called Colorss Motorsport.
Based on what appears to be a 2020 Ford F-350 Super Duty, Colorss Motorsport has created a 6x6 monster that will be seen coming from a mile away. The shop calls its creation the T.Rex and with that color of neon green and its massive stature, the dinosaur-inspired name seems appropriate.
Colorss Motorsport recently revealed the T.Rex via its Instagram page. In its most recent post, which is written in Spanish, the shop says the T.Rex project took more than nine months in order to add the third axle. Without giving away specific details on components, the shop also mentions that the T.Rex features "higher suspension [and] many handmade parts that simply do not exist." Just from the few pictures posted on Instagram, we see that the truck is equipped with a new grille, headlights, bumpers, wheels, wheel arches, shocks, and more.
Transforming a stock F-350 into a 6x6 with three axles likely required a ton of fabrication work, including extending the truck bed beyond its normal length. The additional challenge of making the truck six-wheel-drive is another complication that was likely time-consuming.
If this is based on the facelifted 2020 F-350, it is powered by a 6.7-liter turbocharged PowerStroke diesel engine mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission. The newly updated PowerStroke is Ford's most powerful diesel engine yet, producing 475 horsepower and 1,050 lb-ft of torque. This T.Rex will certainly need over 1,000 lb-ft of torque because we bet those 6x6 modifications make this truck pretty heavy. We aren't sure how much a project like this must cost but we'd conservatively estimate between $100,000 to $200,000.