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At long last, the 1,000-horsepower SUV with EMP protection you've always wanted.

At long last, the 1,000-horsepower SUV with EMP protection you've always wanted.

Ditching the old bones of the previous-generation Jeep Wrangler JK, the Rezvani Tank is entering the 2020 model year on the latest JL underpinnings of America’s iconic off-roader. While a standard Wrangler kicks off at less than $30,000, you’ll have to pony up some serious cash to get behind the wheel of the Tank as the base model kicks off at $155,000. Go for the armored Tank Military Edition and you’ll pay $295,000. As for the flagship Tank X a.k.a. the “off-road supercar,” it carries an eye-watering starting price of $349,000.

The crown jewel of the range is powered by the same supercharged 6.2-liter V8 engine you’ll find in the Dodge Demon, but further upgraded to deliver more than 1,000 horsepower and 870 pound-feet (1,180 Newton-meters) of torque. With these impressive output numbers, Rezvani says the revamped Tank is now the “most powerful production SUV in the world.”

Gallery: 2020 Rezvani Tank

Options for the ludicrously expensive SUV include a thermal night vision system for an extra $6,500, automatic side steps for $2,500, and an interior lighting package for $2,500. Rezvani will be more than happy to throw in an upgraded off-road race-ready FOX suspension for $12,500, a full leather interior for $5,500, as well as other miscellaneous goodies like heated and cooled seats. If you really want to get close to the $400,000 mark, a $12,500 Focal sound system is available, as are $850 side cameras, a dual $2,500 battery setup, a $7,500 auxiliary gas tank, and even a $6,250 glitzy headliner in the same vein as Rolls-Royce offers.

The regular 2020 Tank can be had with a four-cylinder 2.0-liter turbo engine delivering 285 horsepower, but Rezvani says it’s only for export vehicles. Also offered is a naturally aspirated 3.6-liter V6 rated at 285 hp and a beefier 6.4-liter V8 with 500 hp on tap, while a 3.0-liter V6 diesel pumps out 285 hp. As for the aforementioned Tank Military Edition, the company’s configurator lists the model as being available with the 500-hp V8, the 285-hp diesel, and the Demon-sourced 1,000-hp mill as a whopping $149,000 option.

Styling-wise, the 2020 Rezvani Tank has gone through quite a few changes and probably the most noticeable one is the switch to front-hinged rear doors – now with proper handles. The over-the-top SUV has gained protection against electromagnetic pulses (EMP) for an extra $2,500, so in theory, it’s ready to face a nuclear war.

Rezvani Motors will begin customer deliveries to those who have pre-ordered the 2020 Tank in the weeks to come. New orders are also being taken, including for vehicles with right-hand drive.

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