If Lamborghini ever decides to tread the supertank niche, Ripsaw EV2 luxury supertank would be something that the automaker could take as a reference design – at least according to us.
The Ripsaw EV2 luxury supertank, which will be produced in limited numbers, is currently available for purchase, but will only be allowed on private property and off-road parks. The supertank can’t be driven on public roads and though no permit is required for operating the supertank, Howe and Howe Technologies – the manufacturer of the EVE2 – specify that all owners must attend a one-day driving course before taking delivery.
There are many offroad vehicles that provide varying levels of performance and luxury in one package, but the Ripsaw EV2 luxury supertank is something that aces every other offroad vehicle in all segments. The only drawback is that you can’t take this beast on public roads unlike others. But, the EV2 can be pegged as an ultimate conveyance for crossing the toughest terrain in complete comfort thanks to its air-conditioned interior, automatic gullwing doors, eight-way leather racing buckets, a reverse camera, GPS navigation, a DVD player and a reflective windshield.
Powered by 600-horsepower Duramax turbo-diesel engine, the Ripsaw is the fastest and most agile dual tracked vehicle ever developed. The engine propels the tank to a top speed of 75 mph. The key to the performance is the Lamborghini-esque chassis fabricated from aerospace-grade aluminum and high-strength steel paired with 13.4 inches of suspension travel and 21.5 inches of ground clearance.
If you want this beast of an offroader tank, you will have to shell out at least $295,000 and on top of that you need to be ready to pay more for the luxury or performance packages, but that’s entirely up to you. Also, there is at least a six-months wait time because each of these beasts take six months to complete because they are all hand made. So if you do fancy buying one, best thing would be to order one now to get its delivery sometime next summer. Check out a video below: