December 1, 2022

Dawson County Journal

Dawson County, Nebraska

This Cadillac Escalade Is Ready For The Apocalypse : by Tyler Durden

This Cadillac Escalade Is Ready For The Apocalypse

The threat of nuclear war and/or widespread social unrest is a significant risk. And if there was an apocalypse, instead of hunkering down in an underground bunker, wouldn’t it be better to ride around in a luxurious armed Cadillac Escalade? 

California custom truck builder Rezvani’s latest creation takes the Escalade and transforms it into a futuristic military vehicle that almost looks like the “Warthog” truck from the video game Halo. 

“The goal was to put a science fiction video game concept car in people’s driveways,” Rezvani CEO Ferris Rezvani told Fox News

The personal security vehicle starts at $249,000, but once you add the military package (armor plating), night vision systems, rifle compartment, tire inflation and deflation kit, and massive supercharged V8 engine — the cost is bumped up to a half million dollars. 

Here are some of the add-on features: 

A more in-depth view of the $95,000 military package add-on reveals “armored bodywork and underbody protection against explosives, bulletproof glass, run-flat tires, a heavy-duty suspension, a ram-capable steel front bumper, electromagnetic pulse protection for its electrical systems, a host of lights and sirens, gas masks and a body armor kit for where those are legal,” Fox News said. 

 

Tyler Durden
Thu, 10/20/2022 – 21:20

​ This Cadillac Escalade Is Ready For The Apocalypse

The threat of nuclear war and/or widespread social unrest is a significant risk. And if there was an apocalypse, instead of hunkering down in an underground bunker, wouldn’t it be better to ride around in a luxurious armed Cadillac Escalade? 

California custom truck builder Rezvani’s latest creation takes the Escalade and transforms it into a futuristic military vehicle that almost looks like the “Warthog” truck from the video game Halo. 

“The goal was to put a science fiction video game concept car in people’s driveways,” Rezvani CEO Ferris Rezvani told Fox News. 

The personal security vehicle starts at $249,000, but once you add the military package (armor plating), night vision systems, rifle compartment, tire inflation and deflation kit, and massive supercharged V8 engine — the cost is bumped up to a half million dollars. 

Here are some of the add-on features: 

A more in-depth view of the $95,000 military package add-on reveals “armored bodywork and underbody protection against explosives, bulletproof glass, run-flat tires, a heavy-duty suspension, a ram-capable steel front bumper, electromagnetic pulse protection for its electrical systems, a host of lights and sirens, gas masks and a body armor kit for where those are legal,” Fox News said. 

 

Tyler Durden
Thu, 10/20/2022 – 21:20 

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