Not content to let Mercedes-Benz’s G 63 6×6 own the market for SUV excess, Hennessey Performance Engineering has revealed its latest aftermarket package for the Ford F-150 Raptor, which turns the dune-crushing pickup into a six-wheeled monster.

Dubbed the VelociRaptor 6×6, this new package literally expands on Hennessey’s existing VelociRaptor kit by adding a second rear axle and turning the truck into the stuff of adolescent boys’ dreams.

Beyond that obvious enhancement, the “basic” $295,000 US VelociRaptor 6×6 gets upgraded Fox suspension parts, 20-inch wheels and off-road tires, unique front and rear bumpers, a roll bar, and LED lighting.

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That leaves the Raptor’s standard twin-turbo EcoBoost V6 under the hood, with its 450 hp and 510 lb-ft of torque. But if sticking with the base engine in such an otherwise wild truck seems counter-intuitive, Hennessey is happy to offer 6×6 buyers the same 600-plus hp upgrade available in the regular Raptor.

It’s a package that brings uprated turbochargers, stainless steel exhaust, a larger air-to-air intercooler, and a re-tuned engine control computer.

That extra power is worth another $22,500 US to Hennessey, which will also happily trade even more of your cash for Brembo brakes, even larger wheels and tires, and bespoke interior finishes.

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Hilariously, this isn’t even the most excessive off-roader we can think of: that honour goes to Latvia’s Dartz, which turns Mercedes-Benz SUVs into vehicles like the bulletproof Black Alligator, whose maker says offers better protection than the U.S. President’s limousine and can be purchased with cryptocurrency.