Rezvani Adds V6 To Its Wrangler-Based Tank, Priced From $146,000

Rezvani’s V8-powered Tank is getting ready to welcome a less powerful V6 model to the lineup, featuring all the same rugged options.

Powering this new “everyday Tank”, which we’ll remind you is based off  a Jeep Wrangler Unlimited, is a 3.6-liter V6 unit (in all likelihood, FCA’s Pentastar), putting down 285 horsepower and 260 lb-ft (352 Nm) of torque with the help of an on-demand 4×4 system, while returning 25 miles per gallon (9.4l/100km).

“With the addition of the V6 engine, TANK is now the ultimate road-going and off-road extreme utility vehicle. The two engines provide the best of both worlds, and the range of options available allows buyers to build the SUV of their dreams,” says CEO Ferris Rezvani.

Speaking of options, buyers can spec the Tank V6 to include FLIR Thermal Night Vision, Ballistic Armor (Kevlar bits, bulletproof glass, and military-grade run flat tires), Leather Package (leather seats, suede headliner), Tow Package (tow hitch, front-mounted winch) or a Convenience Package, which includes automatic opening/closing side steps and head-up display.

With a price tag of $146,000, the Tank V6 is $32,000 cheaper than the Tank V8, which packs a 500 HP 6.4-liter V8 unit. Both models can be configured and then ordered online by clicking here.

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  • caddy45

    Is this not a direct copy of the Hummer HX concept?

    • no25

      “direct copy” no. not even close. but yeah there are slight similarities – but very slight.

  • LWOAP

    Someone should put a Hellcat V8 into that.

    • europeon

      They already have a more powerful V8 version of this.

      • LWOAP

        Yeah, but that only has 500hp.

        • europeon

          But do you think the Wrangler chassis can handle more that 500 hp safely?
          Even 500 hp seems like a very high number in my eyes, but, I only have experience with the standard Wrangler, maybe Rezvani managed to work some insane magic out of that chassis.

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