Kanye West drives this $500,000 high-performance tank around his Wyoming ranch — take a closer look at the Ripsaw EV2

Ripsaw EV2.
Textron Systems
Get to know the Ripsaw EV2, a super-fast luxury tank that Kanye West drives on his ranches in Wyoming.
Ripsaw tanks are the fastest-tracked vehicles on the market, according to Howe and Howe Technologies, the company that developed them.
The "light, fast super tank" was originally developed for the military and, depending on the customization, can cost north of $ 500,000.
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Kanye West, as unsurprising as it may be, has a taste for eye-catching vehicles. A recent Forbes valuation valued the rapper and fashion mogul at just over $ 1 billion, finding that approximately $ 3.8 million of its net worth was invested in "vehicles".
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While West probably owns its fair share of exotic and luxury cars, it seems to have a special obsession with powerful off-roaders who can go anywhere. On its huge ranches in Wyoming, West has a fleet of Ford F-150 Raptors, 10 Sherp amphibious ATVs and a high-performance tank called the Ripsaw EV2.
The EV2 was developed for military use by Howe and Howe Technologies, a Maine-based company that has since been acquired by aerospace and defense manufacturer Textron Systems. The EV2 is known as a "luxurious, powerful and fast-moving super tank" and is also available to private individuals. The price can be up to "over half a million dollars".
Take a closer look at the Ripsaw EV2 below.
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