What Is the Worlds Largest Monster Truck?

Monster trucks have been a staple of American culture since the 1970s. They are huge, loud, and powerful machines that have captivated audiences with their incredible feats of strength and agility.

Every year, monster truck events take place around the world, with some of the biggest and most spectacular performances seen in North America. But what is the world’s largest monster truck?

The world’s largest monster truck is Big Foot, which is owned and operated by Bob Chandler. Big Foot has been around since 1975 and has become an icon in the industry.

The truck stands at an impressive 14 feet tall, 12 feet wide and 24 feet long, making it one of the biggest vehicles ever made. With its massive size comes a powerful engine that produces up to 3,500 horsepower, allowing it to perform some amazing stunts such as jumps of up to 100 feet in length.

Big Foot is not just a show-stopper; it also holds numerous records in both speed and distance. It holds the record for being the fastest monster truck ever recorded at 116 mph in 2001.

It also holds several records for jumping distance including a remarkable 269-foot jump set in 2004 at an event in California. The truck has also taken part in several competitions throughout its career and has won many titles including Monster Jam World Champion seven times since 2000.

The Big Foot is a testament to Bob Chandler’s dedication to building something truly unique and awe-inspiring out of nothing more than scrap metal and sheer determination. His passion for creating something larger than life has inspired many people over the years to pursue their dreams no matter how daunting they may seem.


Big Foot is undoubtedly the world’s largest monster truck, standing at an impressive 14 feet tall, 12 feet wide and 24 feet long with an engine producing up to 3,500 horsepower – allowing it to perform incredible feats such as jumps reaching up to 100 feet long! Owned by Bob Chandler since 1975, Big Foot has become an icon in the industry due to its size and power – setting multiple speed and distance records throughout its career.

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Karen Watkins