Rezvani Tank X Packs Dodge's Supercharged Hellcat V8

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707-horsepower SUV will cost you nearly $300k.

With its militaristic looks and go-anywhere ruggedness, the Rezvani Tank is already one of the baddest of badass vehicles on the market. But it's just gotten even badder.

The niche manufacturer behind the Beast has now announced the availability of the 6.2-liter supercharged V8 from the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat, in all its 707 horsepower and 710 lb-ft of glory. It's an option that was previously announced for the Military Edition, but is now being offered in the newly launched Tank X. Along with the upgraded engine, Rezvani has also fitted a sportier suspension to tighten up the handling dynamics.

The new engine option is considerably more potent than the 6.4-liter Hemi V8 that served until now as the top engine with 500 hp– and much more than the base 3.6-liter V6 with its 285 hp. Not far off from the outputs of the two lower engine options combined, in fact.

And the price for all that muscle and capability? An eye-watering $259,000 – which, like the output, is nearly as much as the combined prices of the existing V6 and V8 models (at $146k and $178k, respectively). But that's just the starting point.

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To the nearly $300k cost of admission for the Rezvani Tank X, customers can add the Off-Road Package (with a six-inch lift), the Off-Road Extreme Package (with even bigger 37-inch tires), the hand-stitched red Leather Package, a Convenience Package (with automatic side steps), and even thermal night vision equipment. Tick all the options and you'll likely be looking at a price tag that'd make even high-end SUVs like the Lamborghini Urus, Bentley Bentayga, and Rolls-Royce Cullinan seem like relative bargains.

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