Crush Your Daily Commute In The New Terradyne Gurkha

Armored Car

It will get you from A to B.

If you’re in the car market for something that can provide you with military grade security on your daily commute, look no further than this brand new 2015 Terradyne Gurkha RPV Civilian Edition that was just listed for sale. The Canadian manufactured bulletproof powerhouse is built on the platform of a ballistic protected Ford F450 commercial truck and is powered by a massive 6.7-liter turbodiesel engine that produces 300 hp and 660 lb-ft of torque.

The truck has seats for five passengers, an enormous 40 gallon fuel tank, plenty of military grade armor and also military spec wheels. Moreover, the incredible RPV has a surprisingly nimble corner steering ability and superb handling. The new Terradyne’s Gurkha is used by law enforcement and military around the globe, and is also the armored car of choice for some celebrities. Now it can be all yours for the bargain price of $278,000.

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