• Jun 6, 2007
Two slightly bigger pics can be seen by clicking above.

The only info we have on this badass big rig is from the website where we found the pics: "I've seen a lot of photos of USA or Japan trucks looking very stylish after some big work of decorating. But this one looks different. And it can be met on roads of Russia - it's not from some art gallery." So it's Russian, it's called the Dragon Tank Truck, and it's on the road, not in some art gallery. Oh, and it's awesome. Some sort of Mad Max wannabe? A locomotive enthusiast's dream semi? A Transformer sequel star? A future Cars follow-up bad guy? An SPCA scare tactic? Your guess is as good as (actually, frequently, much better than) ours.

Whatever it is, we love it. Like some cartoon nightmare come to life. As one AB Editor put it, "[this truck] should have a bumper sticker on the back that reads 'Lightning McQueen can bite my ass'."

[Source: English Russia]


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      • 7 Years Ago
      Kinda looks like a wolf is eating somegthing.

      My semi got roughly 6.6 MPG and had two 150 gallon tanks strapped to the frame.
      • 7 Years Ago
      perhaps fuel delivery is very dangerous business in Russia. Or perhaps some poor poor soul was snowed in at a depot with nothing but a Mad Max box-set and some scrap iron to keep him company.
      • 7 Years Ago
      In Russia the Dragon Truck drives you....


      sorry I had to say it...
      • 7 Years Ago
      I would love to pull up behind a Prius in this thing, and have lasers shine from the eyes, and a horrendeous growl from the horn!
      • 7 Years Ago
      It's gonna need a tank that size to fuel a truck like that. At 2mpg, that tank should last him about,.. oh, a couple hundred miles. ;)