This is the Rezvani Tank: a more extreme SUV

California-based car company Rezvani Motors reveals the Tank - a $178,000 SUV

This is the Rezvani Tank - a no nonsense off-roader from California-based car company Rezvani Motors which usually specialises in modified supercars. 

The extreme SUV has been priced from $178,000 in the US (roughly £134,000) but is unlikely to make it to UK shores. It comes powered by a 6.4-litre SRT V8 producing 500bhp and features an on-demand four-wheel drive system which can be tailored to suit specific needs on or off road. 

Two off-road packages are also available to buyers, which provide added ground clearance, improved off-road suspension and chunky tyres. Desert Storm trinkets such as thermal night vision, optional ballistic armour protection as well as high-intensity LED lighting also feature.

Although the bulky exterior is set to turn heads with its matte black paint scheme, the interior is less over-the-top. Specifically designed ergonomic seats have been developed for the Tank, which also features a head-up display.

Rezvani Motors was founded by Ferris Rezvani in 2014. The companies first creation was The Beast - a 500bhp open top supercar based on the Ariel Atom. An even more powerful 700bhp Beast X was then launched which the company claimed could hit 0-60mph in 2.5 seconds. That model costs from $270,000. 

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