A stealthy design is meant to fly under the radar, while still maintaining a presence. The Apocalypse Sinister 6 6×6 does exactly that with its fully customized 4 rear-wheel extension and massive 707-horsepower Hellcat performance upgrade. In this week’s EveryDrive Carry, we have compiled a list of the best high-end products and accessories to keep a low profile without losing reliability.
When it comes to crafting an aggressive, off-road truck; going above and beyond the simple lift, wheels and tires can help to make a statement. If you want to go any farther than that; it comes down to crafting a head-turning, all-out custom rig that is also capable off-road.
There’s no arguing the fact that standard pickup trucks are the MotorTrend Truck Group’s bread and butter. While we regularly cover all varieties of two- and four-wheel-drive rigs, there are occasions when our coverage goes outside that proverbial box, with reports on trucks that aren’t quite as normal.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida-based Apocalypse Manufacturing is known for building off-road rigs that break away from long-established pickup truck tradition, and its most recent creation—the Apocalypse HellFire—just might be the company’s most aggressive piece to date.
This brute looks devious on the outside. It comes with quarter-inch thick steel bumpers in the front and back. The one in the front has a 9,500-pound winch mounted on it, whereas the rear bumper comes with a hitch that can take a load of up to 12,000 pounds. The LED headlights feature a color-changing Halo ring. It rides on huge 40-inch tires wrapped around copper-colored wheels. The company has also equipped it with door-activated power running boards.
If Dodgers prospect Yadier Alvarez ever makes it to the big leagues … he’ll be riding there in style — ’cause the pitcher just copped a 6-wheel behemoth that’s absolutely INSANE!!
With a vision in mind, the professionals at Apocalypse Manufacturing sought to create a vehicle that could survive the end of times. Through countless hours of engineering, performance adjustment and off-road testing this 13-year-old outfit succeeded. Behold the Apocalypse – a truck where looks and function dance with the devil in the pale moonlight. With over 40 on the road today, in countries throughout the world, the prophecy has been fulfilled and then some.