The company claims the new SUV is "military inspired" but "built for civilians". Details about the new vehicle are thin on the ground, but the car will feature four doors and seating for five people.
With a body-on-frame layout, the as-yet unnamed Rezvani SUV will also come with an on-demand four-wheel drive system and high ground clearance.
The company is currently accepting orders for the new car via a refundable US$1000 ($1308) deposit, with the first deliveries said to be made by the end of 2017.
Pricing hasn't been revealed, but the SUV will be available optional bulletproofing, hinting at the car's target audience. Buyers will be able to choose between two drivetrains, although there's no indication yet as to what they may be.
Given that the Beast has a unique body, but uses the chassis of the Ariel Atom, it's likely the company's new SUV goes down a similar path with underpinnings borrowed from an existing vehicle.
The Beast retails for US$159,000 ($208,000) and features a 373kW 2.4-litre supercharged and turbocharged engine.
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