We may have reached peak Jeep.
This insane take on the Jeep Gladiator comes from a Florida-based company called Apocalypse Manufacturing. The Apocalypse HellFire isn't a cobbled-together custom truck, though. It's a highly engineered six-wheel-drive off-roader based around a proprietary drivetrain system and active suspension. Three engine options are available, including a turbo-diesel, a 500-horsepower LS3, and the 707-hp Hellcat engine. It also has a 9,500-pound winch and a hitch capable of handling 12,000 pounds. It's built to go anywhere and to help out vehicles that try to go where they shouldn't.
The feature list for the Apocalypse HellFire is extensive and impressive. The winch is built into a quarter-inch thick steel face bumper, and the rear bumper and windshield armor are built from the same material. It also comes with an eight-foot truck bed, a fiber molded hood, a six switch high output LED light control cluster, a full-time rearview camera mirror display, and door-activated power running boards. No modified Jeep would be complete without trick headlights, and the Apocalypse Hellfire comes with high output LED headlights with a variable color halo ring. Inside, it has a floor-to-ceiling marine-grade hand-stitched leather interior.
The six-wheel-drive system is selectable, so the Hellfire can be run in four-wheel-drive mode as well. The active suspension allows for maximum articulation, and its off-road ability is cemented with a set of massive 40-inch ten-ply tires. The roof and doors are completely removable, and Apocalypse has added a roll-down metal locking enclosure to keep valuables and "weapons" safe. The Hellfire retains the Gladiator's infotainment system, including Bluetooth, navigation, Apple CarPlay, the rearview camera, and the premium audio system.
All of this engineering wonder does not come cheap, and the Apocalypse Hellfire starts at $150,000. You can even watch it being built on the Apocalypse website's live stream if you order one.