This is Apocalypse’s new 6×6 beast, the Juggernaut.
A six-wheeled version of the Ram 1500 TRX, Apocalypse describes it as “the Apex predator of our lineup”.
The Juggernaut stands 2.24 meters tall, 2.49m wide, and measures a crazy 6.91m long.
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Apocalypse has fitted the truck with a supercharged Hellcat V8 and a six-wheel drive system.
Each wheel is wrapped in 40-inch tires.
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The Juggernaut comes with a list of driving modes including sport, drag race, baja, rocks and mud driving.
And it now has 9,000kg (20,000 lbs) of towing capacity, meaning it could tow a full school bus.
The 6×6 Ram has also been given a massive grille, an LED light bar and huge front and massive rear wheel arches that allow for wild suspension travel.
The truck also has steel front and rear bumpers.
Not to mention the power rolling bed cover which can be controlled with a remote.
The interior has also been completely revamped.
While it looks like a beast on the outside, Apocalypse hasn’t skimped on any luxuries or comforts inside the cabin.
The Apocalypse 6×6 has a luxurious leather interior, heated and cooled seats, a 12-inch infotainment screen and a Harman Kardon audio system.
Although we’ll have to take their word for it because they didn’t release any photos of the interior.
And under the hood, the modified 6.2-liter Hellcat V8 produces an impressive 850 hp.
The Juggernaut isn’t the first 6×6 monster the team at Apocalypse has created.
They’ve come out with some truly crazy builds including the Hellfire, Dark Horse and Warlord.
Each is a six-wheeled, pimped version of already fierce cars like the Jeep Gladiator and Ford Bronco.
Apocalypse head designer Joseph Ghattas described the new Juggernaut as the “most aggressive vehicle so far”.
And given the brand’s lineup, that says something.
It’s also not the only 6×6 Ram 1500 TRX out there, either.
Hennessey offers its own take on the concept called the Mammoth 6×6.
We’ll leave it up to you to judge who did it better.