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Watch: NBA Star Luka Doncic Actually Drives His Apocalypse Hellfire 6×6 to Work

Luka Doncic’s Apocalypse Hellfire remains just as much a part of his arsenal as his step-back jumper.

The Dallas Mavericks star was spotted leaving the American Airlines Center in the monstrous 6×6. The point guard was first spotted in the ridiculous all-black vehicle last January, and more than a year later he seems to still get a kick out of driving it around the Texas city.

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Video of the 25-year-old in his Hellfire was posted on X, formerly known as Twitter, on Tuesday, by one of the player’s many stan accounts, LukaUpdates2. In the clip, the five-time all-star can be seen barreling out of the arena’s parking lot in the hulking truck. Before exiting the complex, the player, who seems to be wearing a dress shirt and vest, notices a group of fans and pulls over to say hello and sign some autographs before roaring off.

Doncic’s Hellfire has to be one of the most ridiculous cars owned by a celebrity right now. The menacing bruiser is the Florida-based Apocalypse Manufacturing take on the already-imposing Jeep Gladiator. The shop takes the burly truck and extends its bed by 2.3 feet, so that it now measures 20.5 feet bumper-to-bumper, lifts it, and equips it with another axle. Then, the vehicle is equipped with a redesigned front fascia, steel bumper, winch, giant fenders, and roll bars. Finally, the entire body is covered in three-part Kevlar armor that is painted matte black.

Apocalypse’s work isn’t just limited to what you can see, though. It also swaps out the Gladiator’s V-6 for Chevrolet’s LS3 engine from the sixth-generation Corvette. The 6.2-liter V-8 produces over 500 horse, which the shop says is “seamlessly” routed to all six of its wheels via an eight-speed automatic gearbox. It’s little wonder that Hellfire is such a hit on TikTok, which, TMZ reports, is where it first caught Doncic’s attention.

Apocalypse is currently selling a Hellfire with just 10 miles on it for $190.000. That’s significantly less than the $250,000 Doncic is believed to have paid for his 6×6. Considering that he’s in the second year of a $215 million contract we imagine he’s not that put out by that fact.

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