The future Apocalypse HellFire is a highly engineered six-wheel-drive off-roader based on a Jeep Gladiator's proprietary drivetrain system and active suspension. Available with three engine options, the truck includes a turbo-diesel, a 500-horsepower LS3, and the 707-hp Hellcat engine. Its 9,500-pound winch can handle up to 12,00-pounds and it can take you almost anywhere off roads and you can literally help many more other adventurous drivers.
Being a highly engineered truck makes its list of features both vast and impressive. The winch mentioned above is built into a quarter-inch thick steel face bumper, the truck's rear bumper and windshield were also made from the same type of steel. Additionally, the vehicle got an eight-foot truck bed, a fiber molded hood, a six switch high output LED light control cluster, a full-time rearview camera mirror display, and door-activated power running boards.
Its trick lights are already better than those used on previous Jeep models - for the HellFire truck we get high output LED headlights with shifting color halo ring. The only interior details revealed that it will have a floor-to-ceiling marine-grade hand-stitched leather interior.
Apocalypse Manufacturing even offers the HellFire in optional four-wheel-drive and six-wheel-drive mode. The custom truck's active suspension allows drivers to reach maximum articulation, with an off-road ability cemented with the set of massive 40-inch ten-ply tires. With a completely removable roof and doors, this time, Apocalypse has optioned for the roll-down metal locking enclosure to ensure valuables and "weapons'" safety. There the usual Gladiator's infotainment system that includes Bluetooth, navigation, Apple CarPlay, a rearview camera, and the premium audio system.
The price for the ultimate Jeep HellFire starts at $150,000. The manufacturer gives you the opportunity to see it being built by giving you the opportunity to watch the process through a website's live stream. Here's the trick - the chance is given only to those who order the truck.