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8 Futuristic Trucks That Are Real Head Turners

With their aggressive, angular bodywork  and bleeding-edge automotive technologies, these ultra-modern haulers look beamed in from a futuristic dimension. But, they’re licensed to share the roads with today’s more conventional pickups and big rigs. These head turning trucks are some of the most crazy out there – many are even bulletproof!

Rivian R1T

rivian r1t up a mountain
The Rivian R1T is a pickup with a strong engine that can take it zero to sixty in just 3 seconds. The fully electric truck features a variety of luxurious all tucked into a futuristic design. With an estimated range of 410 miles and a price that runs about $80,000 to $100,000 it is a solid choice for an EV. Other features include:
  • Tow up to 11,000 pounds
  • On-road handling of a sports car
  • Drive modes for all types of terrains
  • Fully connected
  • Payload of 1,764 pounds

Bollinger B2 Pickup

bollinger b2 pickup truck
Bollinger Motors
The Bollinger B2 Pickup is an American made electric pickup truck with a six-foot bed to haul all the goods. But, you are not limited to 6 foot cargo – a passthrough gate allows you to carry cargo up to 16 feet. Other specs include:
  • Lockable frunk storage
  • All wheel drive
  • Removable doors
  • 2 speed Hi/Lo range gearbox
They also offer an SUV version, the Bollinger B1. In a 2019 press release, the pricing was shown to be $125,000.

Canoo Electric Truck

canoo electric truck in the snow
The Canoo Electric Pickup Truck is an American made utility truck with a bit of a retro – yet modern look. The design is focused on being flexible and modular to meet a variety of needs. Some really cool features include:
  • Payload capacity of 1800 pounds
  • 200 mile range
  • AWD or RWD
  • Integrated lighting
  • Slide out safe step
  • Modular / pull-out bed
  • Flip down tables from bed
While we could not find an actual price for the pickup truck, their lifestyle vehicle starts at $39,950. The pickup truck is currently ready for preorders.

INKAS Sentry Civilian

inkas sentry civilian
INKAS is a manufacturer of special purpose vehicles that are used all over the world. The Sentry Civilian uses a Ford F-550 platform which gives it great driving performance on a variety of terrains. Various websites price it at $350,000. It also features:
  • Multi-layer bullet resistant glass
  • Lightweight armoring of passenger compartment
  • Reinforced door hinges
  • 6.7L diesel V8
  • Armor level of up to BR6
There are also options available like a night vision system and 360-degree surveillance camera.

Tesla Cybertruck

The most familiar armored truck on the market is the Tesla Cybertruck. But we bet most have not seen one on the road – yet. They Cybertruck features a stainless steal outer shell, which means less corrosion and dents. While not bulletproof, the windows can withstand some impact and remain shatter-resistant. Some other features include:
  • 11,000 pound towing capacity
  • 6′ x 4′ bed
  • Payload of 2,500 pounds
  • 67 cubic feet of lockable storage
  • Travel up to 340 miles on a single charge
  • 0-60 mph in 2.6 seconds
Prices start at $57,390 – but as of January 2024 the Cybertruck is sold out until 2027.

Rezvani Tank

rezvani tank on the road
Rezvani offers a collection of bulletproof cars, with the cheapest option being the Tank version. This base model starts at $175,000 this vehicle is made for on and off-road performance. Some additional features and details:
    • The engine is a standard 3.6L V6. There is an option to upgrade to a 500 horsepower 6.4L V8 or 1,000 horsepower 6.2L supercharged V8.
    • Thermal/night vision system
    • Electro-magnetic pulse protection
    • Weighs 4,900 pounds
    • 83 inches wide
    • 19.8 inches high
    • 185 inches long
The have several other models that are tank like in style, but also have the Beast which will give you all the sporty feels for the low starting price of $485,000.

Dartz Black Stallion

dartz black stallion in front of house
Dartz is known to be the armored cars that billionaires and royalty choose. The Dartz Black Stallion is one of their current offerings that features all the luxury you would expect, with the safety you want. With it’s Hummer like style and carbon and steel finish, it is a sexy beast. The interior features a mix of skins including alligator and stingray, which are then accented with the genuine wood trim. The car is said to start at roughly $300,000, making it affordable compared to their $1 million Prombron version.

Terradyne CIV

RPV civilian edition armored cars
Terradyne / Facebook
The CIV is a civilian version of the Terradyne Gurkha RPV model. A Canadian brand, the vehicle is based on the Ford F450 platform. The double-walled high-density construction protects from gunfire and explosives. Escape hatches and bulletproof body panels add additional protection. The base price is roughly $280,000. Features include:
    • 6.7L V8 Turbo 330 hp
    • 6 speed automatic
    • 244 inches long
    • 96 inches wide
    • 98 inches high

Fisker Alaska

Fisker Alaska pickup truck
Not quite ready yet, the Fisker Alaska will be available in late 2024 or early 2025. This fully electric pick up truck is smaller than some other pick up trucks, but is also a bit more affordable. Projected range is 230 – 340 miles and the starting price will be around $45,000. All information is taken directly from the manufacturer websites. Grease Culture is not responsible for changes in information from the brands and not attesting to the safety or security of any vehicle listed here.

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