Jamie Foxx Poses Alongside The Crazy Rezvani Tank

The crazy Rezvani Tank was only unveiled in October and it appears as though actor and singer Jamie Foxx has just taken delivery of one of the very first production examples.

In recent days, Foxx has shared two images of the Tank to his 4.4 million Instagram followers, one of which shows him standing next to the out-of-this-world off-roader, perfectly revealing just how large the latest Rezvani model is.

Although these images suggest that Foxx is now the proud owner of a Tank, we’re not convinced. It is very possible that the small marque has loaned the off-roader to Foxx in exchange for him posting about it on his social media channels. When the Rezvani Beast sports car launched a couple of years ago, another LA-based singer, Chris Brown, claimed ownership of the vehicle, posting numerous pictures of the car and using it in a music video.

Whatever the case may be, it is impossible to ignore the Tank’s outlandish design. It includes huge off-road wheels and tires, tiny windows, matte black paint, an impressive ride height, and a rear-end that looks more fitting of a futuristic military vehicle than a road-going SUV.

Power for the Tank is provided by a 6.4-liter V8 engine delivering 500 hp and funneling power to all four wheels.

PHOTO GALLERY

@rezvanimotors 🙏🏾🙏🏾🦊🦊#tank #lovemachine #oneofone #backonmyfunnyshit #beatshazam

A post shared by Jamie Foxx (@iamjamiefoxx) on Jan 13, 2018 at 6:04pm PST

When u wanna roll over the bullshit! supah crunch deez niccahz in dis #tank #backonmyfunnyshit #standupcomedy

A post shared by Jamie Foxx (@iamjamiefoxx) on Jan 16, 2018 at 3:13am PST

  • Obsequious Lickspittle

    ..these images suggest that Foxx is now the proud owner..
    Pride comes before a fall.

    • DR.FUNK

      Meaning what?

      • exeptor

        Possible translation (not a personal opinion): “His taste is shit”.

      • Obsequious Lickspittle

        Just the generational thing of posting your possessions online for the world to see.

        • nastinupe

          It’s a commercial. Calm down. People with large followings are paid to make posts next to merchandise. These days they typically get a small share of the company to help push a product. Social Media is the new medium for commercials. That’s just the way it is now.

          • Obsequious Lickspittle

            You can tell I’m upset from just a sentence!?
            Impressive. 🚕

          • nastinupe

            Where did I state that you were upset?

          • Obsequious Lickspittle

            Calm down, I’m only joking!

  • xDRAN0x

    He looks even smaller

  • Honda NSX-R
  • nastinupe

    As usual. Black or Arab man + Car News = Negative Comments

    • Howstar

      Whats the colour of his skin got to do with anything?

      • salamOOn

        nothing. only he still thinks its because of colour….and always post same BS about it.

      • Bo Hanan

        I think that is nastinupe’s exact point.

        • nastinupe

          Bingo. I’m just pointing out the pattern. Don’t get upset at the messenger.

    • SteersUright

      You may be right. But, I think its more of a reaction “celebrity posing like a douschebag next to a supposedly cool car so we should think its cool” that irks most. I know that Matthew McConaughey desperately tying to look very cool in a Lincoln equally offends my sensibilities. So for me, its a “celebrity” thing, not a color, race, ethnicity thing whatsoever.

      • nastinupe

        I don’t think that he’s posing like a douchebag. Besides, Jamie Foxx is extremely talented in many areas. He can play instruments, he can sing, he can act, he’s a comedian. He’s not just some random Jersey Shore douchebag, he’s a guy that got to where he is today because of his tremendous talents. He also doesn’t post about douchebag stuff on social media. He’s typically is posting pictures of his family or him doing acts of kindness. I can understand if someone like Gunplay or Lil Wayne was in the picture, but Jamie Foxx?

        Also, I see the same thing with unknown rich Arabs that are featured on here. They have a cool car collection, one that we would all die to have, and everyone trashes them for no reason. It’s like they are jealous or something.

        But let Jay Leno or Seinfeld or someone post about their cars and everyone is all cheers and in good spirits.

        As far as McConaughey is concerned, we laugh at him because he takes himself so serious in those commercials, but I never sense hate from their posts about him. There’s a difference between making fun of someone and people just spewing hate. Look below at the comments from “kachuks”, “KareKakk” and “ArcheronCars”. It’s just random hate for no reason.

  • fabri99

    I must say I have a soft spot for the Revzani Tank. Imagine owning one and living in Las Vegas, whenever you want you just go out in the desert and have fun… Although an Ariel Nomad would be even better fit for the purpose, would cost less and be extremely cooler.

  • smartacus

    i’m all happy for his Lezboni Tank
    but it’s not quite butch enough.

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  • DR.FUNK

    Not practical…attractively ugly. (butterface)
    I like it.
    Might like it more as a electric.

  • Six_Tymes

    LMAO.

  • kachuks

    The man is 50 years old. Isn’t he a little old for this type of s***?

    • Dr Strangefinger

      Yes, and why is this even an article?

  • SteersUright

    Its definitely a cool SUV. Don’t much care about Jamie Foxx being next to it, does nothing for me personally.

  • Reskinned Jeep for celebrity, Arab Sheikh and Chinese new money.

    So sad.

  • TrevP

    It looks good.

  • Nick099

    Foxx is prepping for the coming snowflake ‘resistance’ movement.

    Twit.

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