A contemporary Lamborghini Rambo, this hypertruck costs close to $300,000.

Warlord. Hellfire. Doomsday. Words that alone evoke fear but connote complete badassness when used in conjunction with one of Apocalypse Manufacturing’s 66 custom vehicles. The Juggernaut is also no different.

Eyes are immediately drawn to the ferociously spoked 22-inch SFJ rims mounted on knobby 40-inch tires. The front and rear Dana 60 axles are dependable, and the center axle was built by Apocalypse to provide genuine six-wheel drive.

Some of the most severe wells ever constructed house the wheels. Sharp cuts create large, trapeze-shaped slots in the back, which let the tires move freely even as the Juggernaut crashes to the ground from a 10-foot height.

The apocalyptic appearance is further enhanced by the steel front „grumper” (grill/bumper combination) and slate-piled steel rear bumper, while the lockable slant-back tonneau cover harmonizes with the fenders’ cutting angles. It is the Lamborghini Rambo of today.

The turbocharged 6.2-liter Hellcat V8 in the RAM TRX provides the power, but as Motor 1 notes, specific tweaking raises the output from the stock 702 horsepower to 850 horsepower.

Despite how ostentatious the structure may seem, it is not a trick. In the Gumball Rally, the Juggernaut covered 3,000 miles from Toronto to Key West at an average speed of 120 mph.

The action-adventure comedy The Lost City, starring Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum, was inspired by that performance.

This is Apocalypse’s biggest vehicle to yet, at 88 inches high, 98 inches wide, and 272 inches long.

However, the business claims that the ultra-luxury interior is the largest in the market, with space for people who are seven feet tall and the longest rear-seat ever installed in a vehicle.

A 12-inch head unit, motorized seats, and mirrors, Harman Kardon surround sound, a bird’s eye camera, parking sensors, a rear mirror camera, heated and cooled seats, a panoramic sunroof, and power stairs are just a few of the creature amenities offered by this vehicle.