Bulletproof Mercedes-AMG G63 Is a Limo Built For War

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This is one mean machine.

The world is becoming a seriously dangerous place for celebrities, who face having their faces unwantedly snapped on Instagram and tagged in tweets. How does one protect our national treasures from such a horrible fate? You stuff them inside an armor-clad SUV of course. Celebs and politicians alike have loved the armored limo for as long as it has been around, especially in Mercedes-Benz G-Class guise. The car you see before you is a Mercedes-AMG G63 that has been stretched into oblivion and fitted with some of the latest protection devices by Inkas. The company is responsible for the armored version of a Lincoln Navigator we recently covered, as well as a seriously badass law enforcement vehicle.

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To accommodate the extra window in this black ship, the wheelbase has been stretched to 173 inches, yet this G63 can only fit four people. The exterior features a full security detail which includes body armor, ballistic glass, and perimeter surveillance with infrared and thermal cameras. Smaller exterior details include reinforced suspension, bullet-resistant glass, reinforced door hinges, and run-flat tires. Inkas gives you the option of equipping a siren/PA intercom system, as well as heavy-duty brake components, an emergency light system, heavy-duty wheels, and a fire suppression system. This car is capable of withstanding small arms fire up to 7.62 and 0.308 rounds, and the floor can handle a couple of grenade detonations. Under the hood, this G63 sees no changes to the power output, which means you still get 577 horsepower.

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The interior is a whole different ballgame: Everything is covered in premium Alcantara suede and top-grain leather. The seats are stitched in an Inkas trademark diamond pattern that looks the business. The infotainment system includes a 4K Apple TV integration, voice-activated controls, and a 4K ultra-high-definition TV monitor. The attention is in the details when it comes to interior features: there is a built-in coolbox and massage seats as well as a customizable daylight headliner that perfectly mimics daylight. This limo is priced at one million Euros (or $1,180,925 at today's rate) and you can get yours right away.

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