This 2000-HP Armortruck 4×4 SUV is ready for any Apocalypse

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It won’t be wrong if we say that the world going through the global pandemic, markets are crashing, people are locked out and grocery stores are being emptied out. In General, it feels like we are pretty in the middle of apocalyptic these days. But we can’t think about anyone but the Armortruck SUV that can survive not only this but any given apocalypse.

It’s all the creation of, Milen Ivanov, a Bulgarian concept artist who’s also designed wild custom cars for the animated Netflix show ‘Fast & Furious Spy Racers.’ The Armortruck looks massive with its ballistic armor, EMP protection, the tank I mean truck made up from steel, Kevlar, carbon fiber, and titanium. The whole SUV body is bulletproof even the wheels are also designed to be bulletproof.


The Armourruck is also equipped with thermal night vision and even a roof based oxygen regeneration and filtering system, against all deadly viruses.

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As per the power figure, the Armortruck is a hybrid SUV with a 1,000-hp combustion engine of 6.2-liter supercharged V8 that also powers the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon and a 1,000-hp electric powertrain that produces a combined 2,000 massive horsepower.

Inside, theirs is plenty of room for four occupants and the interior is ” luxurious and durable at the same time” according to the render artist. It’s still very far away from reality as it is a fictional concept for now, but we’d love to see it be turned into reality or star in an apocalypse movie.

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