Rezvani’s Herculean Effort

This is the ultimate doomsday vehicle.

By Terry Christodoulou 11/11/2020

All of Rezvani’s vehicles are extreme. However, just when you thought it had topped out with the success of its Tank, the American firm has revealed the all-new Rezvani Hercules 6×6.

Yes, a 6×6 with 6-wheel-drive, 969kW engine and military-grade bulletproof armour protection (if you so choose) basically making it perfect to take to the local supermarket.

Sarcasm aside, it’s impressive, awe-inspiring and ludicrous. Under the bonnet, a highly modified version of the Dodge Demon’s engine has been bored and stroked to 7.0 litres before being further tuned by Rezvani with forged stroked crank, pistons, camshaft and a Demon supercharger to deliver the 969kW and 1340Nm of torque.

Those figures lift the Hercules into rarefied air, emerging as the most powerful production 6-wheel vehicle in the world.

On looks, it’s as big and brooding as you’d expect with a ruggedness that points to its military vehicle inspiration. The aggressive grille, metal bumpers and flared shoulders are further supported by an 8-foot bed and metal sports bar which can be customised in a range of finishes – including bronze pictured here – and coordinated to the wheels.

And look at the size of those wheels. The Hercules is fitted with 37-inch tyres attached to Fox racing suspension and an axle set with air locks and an air compressor for serious off-road credibility.

The muscular character of the ute is further enhanced by the Military Edition. Here, a number of ‘security features’ are added including, ballistic and Kevlar armour, bulletproof glass, military-grade run-flat tyres, underside explosive protection, electrified door handles and more.

Despite its prickly exterior, the inside is intended to be a plush space of reprieve, with a number of customisable options such as the seat style, stitching, custom lighting, and colour of the gauge cluster. Elsewhere expect Napa leather packages, suede headliner, a 9-inch infotainment screen and more.

Three other engine options are also available; a 212kW 3.6L V6, a 372kW 6.4L SRT V8, and a 600Nm 3.0L Turbo Diesel with pricing starting from around $307,000 for a standard model and $444,000 for the Military Edition.


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