Jay Leno has quite the impressive car collection, but one vehicle he probably doesn’t have yet is the monstrous Apocalypse Hellfire 6×6. Fortunately, the Florida-based company was able to transport one to his garage for a test drive.
To date, the company has built 79 units if you include the one Jay Leno test drives in the latest episode of Jay Leno’s Garage. This vehicle is powered by an LS3 engine making 500-horsepower, mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission. If you need even more power, customers can opt for a Hellcat motor or twin-turbocharged 3.0L diesel, all riding on massive 40-inch tires. Why does the frontend look somewhat familiar? That’s because the Apocalypse Hellfire 6×6 is based on the Jeep Gladiator and weighs in slightly under 6,000-pounds. The build time from start to finish is around 3-weeks, as the company always has at least a dozen chassis ready for custom builds. One caveat: it’ll cost you $190,000+ USD depending on the customizations required.
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