The G.Patton GX, showcased at the Chengdu Motor Show 2018 in China, is an impressive SUV based on the Ford Super Duty's chassis and powered by a V6 engine with 375 hp. Priced at a staggering Rs 10 crore in Indian currency, the G.Patton GX is touted as the largest SUV in the world, measuring a whopping 6,000 mm in overall length, surpassing even luxury SUVs like the Mercedes GLS and Rolls Royce Phantom.
The founders of G.Patton are known for their admiration of American military vehicles and the company pays homage to General George S. Patton, the commander of the tank corps in France during World War II. The company initially gained popularity by selling super-exotic SUVs based on the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited and Ford pickups, styled to resemble armored cars with composite materials and ordinary steel.
The G.Patton GX takes the company's offerings to a whole new level, with custom builds and powerful engine options, including a 6.7-liter turbocharged V8 and a 6.8-liter naturally aspirated V10 engine. The GX also boasts four-wheel drive capability, but does not feature an armored bodywork, unlike other G.Patton vehicles. With its massive size, impressive performance, and unique styling, the G.Patton GX stands out as a remarkable SUV in the automotive world.