“What do you visualize when you think of the devil?”-Ramsmobile
The 999-horsepower carbon-body RM-X2 from Belarus-based Ramsmobile is something out of a futuristic action-movie.
It’s inspired by the idea of what the devil himself might drive.
The RM-X2 is bulletproof and it floats, so it can be driven on the water with power coming from a jet propulsion system.
The Ascetic RM-X2 tips the scales at just 3,300 pounds and the entire car can be armored to either B6 or B7 levels of bulletproof protection.
Then there’s the Devil’s Touch trim. “Luxury and darkness! Technology and mysticism!”
This futuristic gold-trimmed interior includes features like electronic hookahs and a bio-hazard filtering air purification system.
It rides on 24-inch wheels.
It has hydro-pneumatic, laser-guided suspension.
The company says it can climb 60-70 degree inclines, or descend at 45 degrees.
Multiple motor options are available, including GM’s 6.2-liter LT5 V8, the same powerplant used in the Corvette C7 ZR1.
It can also be fitted with a Continuous Tank Track, measuring 15 inches wide, or if you prefer, a “super-wide,” 24-inch option, to traverse soft ground with less likelihood of becoming stuck due to sinking.
Don’t forget the teflon-coated undercarriage, so mud doesn’t stick to anything.
Despite being headquartered in Belarus, Ramsmobile builds its SUVs in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA.
Be sure to check out the $3 million dollar special edition Cerberus model coming in 2022.
Ramsmobile also says it wants to go to space by 2030 with something called the Ramspace Interplanetary Shuttle RS-X1.