Ram 3500 Longhorn
Nothing looks more appropriate in the post-apocalyptic world than a diesel-powered dually truck screaming down a dusty road with a cloud of black smoke puking out the exhaust. But today’s clean-burning diesels, like the Ram 3500’s 6.7-liter Cummins diesel, won’t be emitting anything visible from the tailpipes. A diesel deserves to make the list because they can be set up to run on scavenged vegetable oil from restaurants. After the apocalypse, you won’t have to worry about voiding the warranty or breaking fuel-quality laws when doing so. Plus, the Ram truck’s optional Rambox has factory mounts to hold a pair of shotguns.