Do you like the Rezvani Tank but wished it had more power? Well, the company behind the ‘extreme utility vehicle’ has introduced the new Tank X, which features the potent 6.2 litre supercharged V8 from a Dodge Hellcat tuned to make 707 hp and 963 Nm of torque.

That is more power than the standard 6.4 litre V8 that was initially available, which made just 500 hp, and is identical to what you’ll find with the Tank Military Edition that was purchased by musician Chris Brown.

Unlike the Tank Military Edition, the Tank X does without features meant to protect you in case of all out war, including bullet proof glass and body armour, ballistics protection, electrified door handles, gas masks, reinforced suspension, an electronic scan detection system, hypothermia kit and etc.

Instead, the Tank X is for more “casual” customers who desire a bit more under the bonnet than a “normal” Tank, while retaining some core equipment. This includes the same rugged body that is placed upon a steel frame with a more sports-oriented suspension, along with a bevy of LED lighting.

The company has made concessions for those who do plan to take their Tank X on more demanding terrain by offering an optional Off-Road Package for US$5,600, which comes with a six-inch lift kit, 37-inch tyres and Fox 2.5-inch remote reservoir dampers.

Splurge on the Off-Road Extreme Package (US$12,500) and you’ll get wider tyres, a Dynatrac ProRock XD60/80 axle set with air lockers and an air compressor, Dynatrac ProGrip front and rear brakes, front 1350 and rear 1410 driveshafts, and Fox 2.5-inch internal bypass shocks with DSC.

Just for kicks, a FLIR thermal night vision system is also available for US$5,500, a tow package for US$5,500, and a convenience package for US$5,500. The last bit tacks on automatic side steps that deploy and retract so entering your Tank X is less of a burden.

While it may look like all rugged and intimidating on the inside, the interior can be described as rather luxurious with hand-stitched red leather upholstery and a suede headliner that is available with the Leather Package (US$3,500). You’ll also get a 7.9-inch touchscreen infotainment system with plenty of connected services as well as a head-up display.

The Tank X starts from US$259,000, and buyers will need to put a US$2,000 fee to kickstart the ordering process. The company says it will take about 12 weeks to built a Tank but that time could be extended depending on the options selected.