At this years Frankfurt Motor Show, some of the most anticipated cars of 2019 broke cover, including the likes of Porsche Taycan, Lamborghini Sian and 2020 Land Rover Defender. However, amongst them on display is a mad SUV revealed by a relatively unknown name in the industry and it looks like a machine purpose-built for the doomsday. Meet the Ramsmobile RM-X2, a million-dollar SUV that is inspired by the devil. The Belarus-based company’s unique SUV managed to grab a lot of attention at the Frankfurt Motor Show thanks to its outlandish design and features. The monstrous 4X4 is available in four different trims and even the names are just as interesting as their aesthetics: Ascetic, Devil, God’s Creation, and the Ramsider. The Ascetic trim is the most stripped-out version with a carbon fiber body and a total weight of just 3,300 pounds.
The Devil’s Touch trim is described by the company as: “Luxury and darkness! Technology and mysticism! The content excites the imagination, which is complemented by functionality: a continuous track, wheels up to 20-24 inches, gold trim.” Yes, the SUV can be had with continuous tracks like that on a tank. The God’s Creation will come next year and there’s no information on it as of yet, while the Ramsider is the most capable of the four. The Ramsmobile RM-X2 is available with two engine options: A General Motors-sourced, 6.2-liter LT5 V8 gas engine and a 6.6-liter Duramax diesel V8. In addition to that, the bodywork can be opted with B6 or B7 bulletproof armor and the SUV can also float in water; the company says it is currently working on a way to turn the exhaust into a jet-propulsion system. If you want one, the starting price of the RM-X2 is $999,999 (that’s “666” inverted twice) while the most expensive version has a sticker price of $3 million.