That was just a short promotional video that featured some beauty shots of the truck driving around, however, so it was pretty useless if you actually wanted to know what the rather absurd Chevrolet Silverado 6×6 is like to drive.
Luckily popular truck and off-roading YouTube channel The Fast Lane Truck made the trip down to California to sample the Goliath so us General Motors enthusiasts can get a true idea of what a six-wheel drive Silverado feels like from the cabin.
In addition to the extra rear axle, the Goliath 6×6 also comes with an eight-inch suspension lift, 20-inch Hennessey off-road wheels wrapped in knobby 37-inch BF Goodrich tires, new front and rear bumpers, a bed-mounted utility bar, LED auxiliary lights and more. Prices start at $375,000, but options like a 700+ horsepower supercharged version of the truck’s available 6.2-liter L86 V8 engine will cost extra.
The example that TFLTruck drove for their video review is the first Chevrolet Silverado 6×6 Hennessey has built. It will eventually be delivered to Bob Berrard, who owns the largest potato farm in Wisconsin. John Hennessey, owner of HPE, says they have a few more orders for the $375,000 package already, including one from a customer in Germany, of all places.
Check out the video review embedded above to find out what it’s really like to drive a wild, six-figure, six-wheel-drive Chevrolet Silverado.