Rezvani Vengeance is loaded with a variety of crazy gadgets
When many of us were kids, we would spend hours doodling crazy cars and vehicle shapes. Looking back at those drawings can be embarrassing and hilarious, but one automaker took those offbeat ideas and turned them into an entire brand. Rezvani Motors has created some of the craziest, most awesome military-inspired vehicles and just announced a new model. The Vengeance is a four-door SUV with an equipment list that reads like a props checklist Impossible Mission Movie.
Don’t be fooled into thinking this is a beefy military jeep with a barebones interior and no creature comforts. Rezvani equips a full range of comfort features, including heated first and second row seats, tri-zone climate control, remote start and a panoramic sunroof. Images show an impeccably finished interior with ivory leather and luxe finishes, and there will likely be multiple upgrades for buyers with deeper pockets.
Previous Rezvani models borrowed heavily from Stellantis vehicles, as the Hercules was based on the Jeep Gladiator and the tank was based on Jeep Wrangler underpinnings. The standard 6.2-liter V8 is also a Stellantis product, and Rezvani offers the supercharged variant found in Hellcat models. There’s also a 3.0-litre diesel, no doubt borrowed from Ram and Jeep models.
Being Rezvani, we don’t just get a tank-like SUV. We get loads of Bond-esque gadgets and a long list of safety gear. The Military Pack adds bulletproof glass and body armor, along with underbody explosive protection. If that’s not enough, you also get a smoke protection system to help you lose those pesky jerks who follow you, and there’s also an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) protection system. need more? How about power door handles, magnetic deadbolt locks, included gas masks, hypothermia kit, and bright front/rear glare lights?
The list of features reads like a six-year-old boy’s sketchbook, and that’s probably the point. Rezvani makes huge, expensive toys for huge, rich kids. The $249,000 Vengeance is available to reserve now with a $1,500 deposit.