Apocalypse Manufacturing is an elite custom vehicle shop with an impressive track record of producing spare-no-expense 6×6 builds, with the South Florida shop having previously completed more than 100 six-wheeled rigs. And while its current portfolio already contains some incredible projects, Apocalypse has recently opted to crank things up a few notches with the debut of its latest six-wheeler, the appropriately-named “Juggernaut”.
The Juggernaut started life as a new RAM 1500 TRX, though has had its frame massively stretched before being equipped with an extra axle and set of wheels. At the heart of the 6×6 off-roader is a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 that offers a towing capacity of 20,000lbs and pumps out 850hp — all of which is sent to the rig’s full-time six-wheel-drive setup. The truck’s off-roading capabilities are owed to its DANA 60 axles, an optional 100-gallon auxiliary tank, a dual exhaust system, locking differentials, five drive modes (Sport, Drag Race, Baja, Rocks, and Mud), a live cold air hood scoop, off-road wheels wrapped in 40” all-terrain tires, independent front suspension, hand-fabricated steel bumpers, power steps, and a high-performance cooling system that was designed specifically for use in the desert and other warm climates. The truck has also been treated to a waterproof bed with over 8’ of storage space and a remote-controlled rolling bed cover.
The Juggernaut also features the largest cabin ever built by Apocalypse, with the interior being able to accommodate passengers that are up to 7’ tall. Trimmed in custom leather upholstery, the cabin also gets a fully-integrated SEAMLESS 12” head unit, a Surround Birds Eye Camera, a rear-mirror cam, parking sensors, a front trail cam, heated and cooled seats, a panoramic sunroof, and a premium Harmon Kardon audio system. After being completed, the Juggernaut then underwent extensive on-road and off-road field testing, taking on the Gumball 3000 rally from Toronto to Key West (where the 6×6 averaged a speed of over 100mph) and being put through its paces in the desert by Triple F who jumped the rig more than 100 times.
For pricing, availability, or more information on the Juggernaut, interested parties can visit the Apocalypse Manufacturing website.