People may not realize this, but there are other vehicles on the market that are bulletproof besides the Tesla Cybertruck. Several, actually. And they can be painted different colors, too.
One of the more accessible, yet radical, offerings of a bullet-proof vehicle is the Rezvani Tank. Being built up from the Jeep Wrangler and its ladder frame means that the coachbuilder is able to strip the body down to a rolling chassis, and then replace the old panels with new ones. This is one of the benefits of utilizing a ladder frame design that California’s chief deity did not mention – configurability.
Before we any further bogged down in debunking the propaganda, we caught Rezvani throwing some mad shade at the Tesla Cybertruck by inviting it to a ballistics test via an Instagram post.
The Rezvani Tank Military Edition starts at $295,000, and is available with a 1,000 horsepower Dodge Demon-based V8 engine. It features up to B7-rated glass and body panels capable of stopping a 7.62 x 51 mm bullet. Additionally, the radiator, battery and fuel tank are all wrapped in kevlar, while the underside is protected against explosive devices. Rezvani also offers EMP attack protection, which would kill an electric vehicle on the spot.
Further fortifications of the Rezvani Tank Military Edition include a smoke screen to lose followers in a chase, electrified door handles and magnetic deadbolts to prevent forced entry, military-grade run flat tires, and a thermal night vision system. All of these fortifications enclose a rather luxurious and comfortable looking cabin.
Will we see a video soon demonstrating the armor protection of the Tesla Cybertruck versus the Rezvani Tank? We certainly hope so.
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I’m all for a little competition, but it’s quite ridiculous to challenge the Cybertruck to beat a car that is over $200,000 more expensive than it. The fact that they are able to offer what they are at that price point is what makes the Cybertruck truly impressive. and comparing it to a vehicle that is over quadruple it’s price really isn’t going to prove much of anything.