USSV Rhino XT

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

So the US Specialty Vehicles’ Rhino GX was a bit too much for your civilian needs? Worry not, because the California-based boutique brand is back with a military-grade SUV built for the streets. Meet the Rhino XT.

The SUV was inspired by the original Hummer H1, and is built on a modified Jeep Wrangler Unlimited. Like its more militant brethren, this thing sports an aggressive body that includes riveted flared fenders, rugged bumpers, designer tow hooks, reinforced FRP body panels, and even a heavy-duty roll cage – just in case. Under the hood is a 285 horsepower 3.6-liter V6 engine, which gives this all-terrain vehicle plenty of get up and go. Modern amenities can be found throughout the interior cabin including premium leather seats, Alpine navigation system, 3D-look digital instrument panel, and a back-up camera. Typically rugged ATV vehicles like this sell for a small fortune, but USSV is asking $75,000 for the Rhino XT. Not too shabby. [Purchase]

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