Can’t Afford The Real Rezvani Tank? Buy This Scale Model Instead

Rezvani Motors has teamed up with DNA Collectibles to…minify the Tank, a Jeep Wrangler-based SUV that looks just about ready for the end of times.

Available for pre-order here, the 1/18 scale model costs 161.10 CHF in Switzerland, which equals to $161/€142/£127 at the current exchange rates, and the production run is limited to only 320 pieces.

All of them have been crafted to mimic the look of the real Rezvani Tank, with “incredible attention to detail”, according to the automaker. The scale model is hand-painted, has photo-etched parts and small stickers to better recreate the design of the full-size vehicle.

“This DNA Collectibles model will most certainly be the highlight of my collection”, commented Ferris Rezvani, the main man over at Rezvani Motors. “I’m looking to arrival of my order soon.”

The Switzerland-based company described it as “a piece of jewelry”, and not “just a model”.

In real-life form, the craziest version of the Rezvani Tank is powered by the same engine as the Dodge Challenger/Charger SRT Hellcat duo. The supercharged 6.2-liter V8 hasn’t been tuned, though, so it still pushes out 707 hp (717 PS / 527 kW) and 650 lb-ft (881 Nm) of torque.

Pricing starts at $259,000 for the Rezvani Tank X, but there are lesser models for grabs, powered by a 500 hp (507 PS / 373 kW) 6.4-liter V8, or using FCA’s Pentastar 285 hp (289 PS / 213 kW) 3.6-liter V6.

 

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  • Bash

    The funny thing is that a scaled version doesn’t make it any less ugly than the real thing.

    • DantesLegions

      if that’s funny you have a strange sense of humor.

      • Bash

        Thank you sir, you can proceed with your life now.

  • Rzrlf

    good thing its a scale, now itll fit in a trash can where it belongs

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