Devolro Diablo Toyota Tundra Is a Apocalypse-Ready Truck Beast

The Devolro Diablo is the ultimate road legal monster truck you can have. Period.

There is no doubt that Toyota Tundra is a tough, highly respectable vehicle in both appearance and off-road capabilities. But when it comes to really serious off-road duties, you’d better soup it up so it is prepared to take on whatever comes in the Tundra’s path and  get a vehicle ready for the apocalypse. The outfit deals in producing specialty off-road equipment alongside its own tune-up shop that rolls out vehicles with absurd off-road prowess.

Devolro Diablo – a heavily modified and awesomely armored Tundra is Devolro’s best-selling four-wheel-drive pickup. One look at it, it makes your knees weak.

According to Devolro, the matte black powerhouse hosts a 5.7L 8-cylinder engine pushing out an impressive 600 horsepower after all the modifications. It includes a six-speed electronically controlled automatic transmission with an improved gearing system to optimize both the engine and transmission for highly-improved towing capabilities.

On the front you can see front winch, custom diode headlights, radiator steel cage mesh which can protect the engine from flying object impact as great as brick size rocks. There is also a 7” custom suspension lift kit, 37-inch tires and upgraded advanced brake system. Gasoline tank gets replaced with double-sized 46 gallon fuel tank for extended range.

All interiors are hand-made. The entire cabin is designed to kill sound, vibration, and heat coming from outside. Guys from Devolro spent enough attention and detail on authentic Italian leather, carbon fiber inserts, polished wood, and a premium Harman/Kardon 3.000 watts sound system, so you can watch the world burn in style. It takes about 250 hours for every car interior.

You can also remotely start the vehicle from up to 500m away, unlock doors, turn on lights and locate the vehicle on a map all from a smartphone. So, if you were searching for the perfect apocalypse truck, look no further than this.

Want one? Pricing for the Devolro Diablo starts at $199,000.

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