Say hello to RM-X2 - new Ramsmobile' super SUV with sci-fi style.
The Ramsmobile RM-X2 looks like a mash-up between Halo's Warthog with a Humvee, and the firm behind it relates to the strange setup as a "multipurpose hypercar." During the latest Frankfurt Motor Show, the RM-X2 produced a world debut.
The main design is one of the most significant features of this car. Subjectively speaking, RM-X2 looks quite scary, like a machine of destruction from the future. Or from a different perspective, this seems to be the prototype for the Batmobile Batman car that is about to appear in the new series. With its unique design, RM-X2 will definitely be the focus of attention wherever it shows up.
The car would ride on a carbon fiber monocoque chassis with Teflon-coated undercarriage fields to prevent mud from sticking to the chassis. Customers could choose between interior layouts for six or eight passengers. The air suspension would provide traveling 12 inches (30.48 centimeters) and a laser sensor would adjust the height to the optimum point. Occupants enter the RM-X2 on either side of the body through a huge scissor door. The car involves both the driver and the passenger an array of screens.
The accessibility of an optional, deployable track scheme is among Ramsmobile's more lofty statements about the RM-X2. When the wheels loose traction, the electrically driven device can stretch and power the SUV.
Buyers could choose from a 6.2-liter Chevrolet LT5 V8, 6.6-liter Duramax diesel V8, or a fully electric powertrain. The requirement listing of Ramsmobile shows the production as 999 horsepower (745 kilowatts) and suggests that the RM-X2 can achieve 62 miles per hour in 3.3 seconds (100 kilometers per hour). The firm does not indicate, however, which powertrain to which this relates. An optional transfer case makes it possible to switch the fly between the back and four-wheel drive
Ramsmobile has stated that the super SUV can be integrated with an armor module as a bulletproof up to B6 or higher of B7 levels of protection. With this equipment, the RM-X2 will no doubt become a truly invincible machine.