ProDrive is redefining what a supercar can look like with its new Hunter. In what looks like a souped-up version of the Halo Warthog, the Hunter is touted by ProDrive as the “World’s First All-Terrain Hypercar”. Not only can it take on the tarmac, but it also has the ability to do Dakar Rally-like off-road conditions that would sideline any road-going car. The chassis is a robust steel tube frame, and the suspension setup consists of double-wishbone front and adjustable rear dampers. It also gets carbon fiber body panels, 35-inch off-road tires, six-piston Brembo brakes, and an extra 50mm of suspension travel. The purposeful and unique body was designed by none other than Aston Martin’s Ian Callum. Power comes from a twin-turbo six-cylinder with 592 horsepower and 516 lb-ft of torque. It’s mated to a six-speed paddle-shifted gearbox mated to all four wheels. There are three differentials, desert tuning, and a 180-mph top speed, so it’s ready to toss some serious sand. The price? $1.63 million.