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We live in the golden era of late-stage capitalism, which means everything is bigger but not necessarily better. Take the modern trend of turning perfectly good trucks and SUVs into 6x6 abominations. Sure they're good for a few Instagram likes, but out in the real world, these must suck to drive. Whether you're into them, or not, it's undeniable that Apocalypse Manufacturing builds 6x6 vehicles better than anyone else. Apocalypse Manufacturing has in the past messed around with the Ford Bronco, but it mainly likes to stick to Ram and Jeep products. This machine, formerly known as a Ram 1500, now goes by the name of 'The Juggernaut 6x6' and is one steroid injection away from completely disappearing into the bush.
This piece of raw beef on wheels is based on a Hemi, one-ton platform, but has been beaten with a big boy bat, and the original truck is barely recognizable under all the flares, body armor and undiluted bull testosterone. According to Apocalypse Manufacturing, the Juggernaut is its most aggressive build yet, standing 272 inches long, 88 inches tall, and 98 inches wide.
The exterior features a steel front Grumper and slate-piled rear steel bumper, a weatherproof retractable slant-back, open wheel wells, and a set of 40-inch tires wrapped around 22-inch SFJ rims. Hauling this titanic machine around is a modified Hellcat V8 supercharged 6.2-liter V8 engine producing 850 horsepower.
This motor features a high-performance cooling system, live cold air intake and an optional 100-gallon fuel tank. Power is sent to all six wheels via a rear Dana 60 and strengthened middle axles. With all that power and grip, the Juggernaut can tow up to 20,000 pounds, and offers its owner five off-road driving modes, including Drag Race and Baja. Apocalypse Manufacturing tested this beast on the Gumball 3000 all the way from Toronto to Key West, where it averaged over 100 mph.
The interior of this feminist's nightmare features a rear bench that will comfortably fit a seven-foot pro NBA player. A combination of leather and suede upholsters the cabin and the dashboard features a 12-inch infotainment display and a Harman Kardon sound system. A surround-view camera system, rear mirror live cam, power steps, heated and cooled seats, and a panoramic sunroof add to the grandeur that is the Juggernaut.
"This one-of-a-kind creation is essentially a compilation of our greatest builds, truly borrowing the best aspects and features previously highlighted in our 180 6x6s currently on the road. Our customers wanted an immensely powerful and ultra-luxurious super-truck and they got it with the Juggernaut. It is the largest of the six-wheeled Apocalypse trucks and one that checks off all the boxes - speed, size, reliability, comfort, space and way more functional features like increased towing and axle lockers," says Joseph Ghattas, owner, engineer and head designer of Apocalypse Manufacturing.
Apocalypse Manufacturing currently has a couple of these machines in stock, one finished in high gloss black, and another finished in an armored epoxy coating.