The second-generation Rezvani Tank was unveiled overnight, and it promises to be more of the same... but different.
While the styling theme is as outlandish as ever, the new Tank has visible door handles, and regular rear doors in place of the original model's reverse-hinged units.
The new Tank has a much higher quality interior than before. Although the cabin is clearly lifted from the JL Wrangler, Rezvani has fitted new "purpose-built" seats and, on some models, re-trimmed many parts in leather.
The new Tank is available in three variants: base, X and Military Edition.
In the US, the US$155,000 ($223,000) base model Tank is fitted with a 213kW 3.6-litre V6, a 4.0-inch (102mm) lift kit with Fox shocks, and chunky off-road tyres as standard.
A 373kW 6.4-litre V8 is available for an extra US$35,000 ($51,000). Export models can be had with a 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine.
Options include a 6.0-inch (152mm) lift kit, thermal imaging system, towing package, auto-retracting side steps, sports exhaust setup, and full leather trim for the seats, dashboard, console and door panels.
The US$349,000 ($508,000) Tank X has the supercharged 6.2-litre V8 Demon engine tuned to deliver 746kW (1000hp).
The US$295,000 ($429,000) Military Edition is fitted with bullet-proof glass, military-grade run-flat tyres, a self-sealing fuel tank, underbody protection, electromagnetic pulse protection, gas masks, first aid and hypothermia kits, continuous video recording setup, ram bumpers, strobe and blinding lights, electrified door handles, and a smoke screen.
It also features the most extreme off-road package and the 6.4-litre V8 as standard. The only available options are the 746kW 6.2-litre Demon V8 engine, and a siren and horn package.
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