If you’ve ever fantasized about cruising in a Warthog from the Halo universe, Apocalypse Manufacturing’s Nirvana is as close as it gets in the real world. This formidable machine, born from the bones of Rivian’s R1T pickup truck, has undergone extensive modifications to resemble the iconic Warthog. Apocalypse, known for their expertise in customizing Jeeps, Ram trucks, and Ford Broncos, has ventured into the electric vehicle realm with this project. The Nirvana boasts a staggering 850 horsepower and can blitz from 0 to 60 mph in just three seconds, outperforming Rivian’s top-tier R1T model.
But this isn’t just about raw power; Apocalypse has revamped the design, outfitting the Nirvana with a dynamic suspension, side-mounted steps, and a robust roll cage for those off-road adventures. With 38-inch tires on 20-inch wheels, front and back skid plates, and a rugged Kevlar paint job that laughs in the face of scratches and erosion, the Nirvana is a beast ready to tackle any terrain. While availability is limited due to its custom nature, there’s a Kevlar gray Nirvana up for grabs, starting at $150,000, which includes the base Rivian R1T. Apocalypse’s Nirvana is the ultimate electric truck for those who are prepared to face the apocalypse in style.