Monster trucks are some of the biggest, most powerful vehicles on the planet. They can reach speeds of up to 100 mph, and have enough torque to pull a house. But which monster truck is bigger than Bigfoot?
Bigfoot is one of the original monster trucks, having been built in 1975 by Bob Chandler. It was designed to be a promotional vehicle for Ford, and has since become one of the most recognizable names in monster truck racing. While Bigfoot remains one of the most popular monster trucks to this day, there are several others that are larger in size.
The first is Iron Outlaw – a massive 11-foot tall truck with a 10-foot wheelbase. It was built in 2013 by Tom Meents and features an aluminum body and a 572 cubic inch aluminum engine. Iron Outlaw weighs in at 11 tons and can reach speeds of up to 110 mph.
Another large monster truck is Grave Digger – an iconic vehicle that has been around since 1982. Grave Digger stands at 12 feet tall, with a wheelbase of 14 feet. It’s powered by a 540 cubic inch supercharged engine and can reach speeds of up to 120 mph.
Finally, there’s Maximum Destruction – another iconic monster truck that has been around since 2001. Maximum Destruction stands at 13 feet tall, with a wheelbase of 14 feet 6 inches.
It’s powered by a 565 cubic inch engine and can reach speeds of up to 130 mph – making it the fastest monster truck ever built.
Conclusion: All three trucks – Iron Outlaw, Grave Digger and Maximum Destruction – are larger than Bigfoot in terms of their height and wheelbase size. However, when it comes to speed, Maximum Destruction takes the lead as it is capable of reaching speeds up to 130 mph – making it the fastest monster truck ever built.