June 24, 2024

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Apocalypse Manufacturing, a Florida-based company that specializes in futuristic vehicles, has unveiled its latest vehicle - a massive SUV dubbed the Super Truck.

The £130,000 super-truck is built to withstand extinction

From Armageddon to The Day After Tomorrow, there have been plenty of Hollywood movies about how our world could end.

But if there is a global catastrophe, what is your tactic to survive as long as possible?

Forget underground bunkers – the new super truck must be on set to survive the apocalypse.

Apocalypse Manufacturing, a Florida-based company that specializes in futuristic vehicles, has unveiled its latest vehicle – a massive SUV dubbed the Super Truck.

According to the company, the Super Truck’s “barbaric” design makes it “impenetrable to outside forces,” though its £130,000 ($159,999) price tag is likely to put off many doomsday-readers.

Apocalypse Manufacturing, a Florida-based company that specializes in futuristic vehicles, has unveiled its latest vehicle – a massive SUV dubbed the Super Truck.

The 'barbaric' styling makes the Super Truck 'impervious to outside forces', according to the company, though its £130,000 ($159,999) price tag will likely put off many doomsday-ready

The ‘barbaric’ styling makes the Super Truck ‘impervious to outside forces’, according to the company, though its £130,000 ($159,999) price tag will likely put off many doomsday-ready

The super truck features a modified Hellcat V8 engine that produces 850 horsepower.

“With the super truck, we wanted to combine barbaric, medieval design that’s impossible to ignore with the ferocity of the Hemi Hellcat engine,” said Joseph Ghattas, owner of Apocalypse Manufacturing.

“There is no other SUV on the market that has the speed, size, reliability, comfort, space and on-road/off-road features as our latest innovation.”

Sitting on 40-inch tires and 22-inch rims, the Super Truck comes in at 6.9 feet long, 8.1 feet wide and 20 feet tall.

While an undeniable beast on its own, its front suspension also allows for a whopping 15,000 pounds of towing capacity.

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According to Apocalypse Manufacturing, the supertruck is “impenetrable to outside forces” thanks to its steel front “truck” (grill/bumper assembly) and stacked steel rear bumper.

The super truck features a modified Hellcat V8 engine that produces 850 horsepower

The super truck features a modified Hellcat V8 engine that produces 850 horsepower

Sitting on 40-inch tires and 22-inch rims, the Super Truck comes in at 83 inches long, 98 inches wide and 240 inches tall.

Sitting on 40-inch tires and 22-inch rims, the Super Truck comes in at 83 inches long, 98 inches wide and 240 inches tall.

The seats, doors, dashboard and armrests are made of leather

Passengers can enjoy electric seats and mirrors, a surround sound system, heated and cooled seats, and a panoramic sunroof.

While the Super Truck’s exterior is “barbaric,” the interior is sleek and stylish and can “comfortably” seat a person over 7 feet tall.

Meanwhile, open wheel wells allow the Super Truck to launch up to 10 feet off the ground – perfect for perilous driving through the apocalypse.

Drivers can choose from five off-road driving modes — Sport, Drag Race, Baja, Rock, and Mud — giving them “total control of their adventure,” according to the developers.

While the Super Truck’s exterior is “barbaric,” the interior is sleek and stylish and can “comfortably” seat a person over 7 feet tall.

The seats, doors, dashboard and armrests are made of leather, while occupants can also enjoy the seats, power mirrors, surround sound speaker system, heated and cooled seats and a panoramic sunroof.

The Super Truck has already been getting a lot of attention on social media, with many users eager to get their hands on the futuristic vehicle.

In response to an Instagram post, one user said, “I wish you had one of these,” while another wrote, “I’m working on getting paid for it.”

Meanwhile, another user joked, “Imagine being run over by that lmao thing.”

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