Dartz has always been one of our favorite Latvian automakers. In fact, it's the only Latvian automaker we know of.
Dartz is putting Latvia on the map with its outrageous car designs. Dartz is known primarily as the crazy car company that designs bomb-proof and blinged-out SUVs. What many don't know is that Dartz is also designing everything from a four-door sedan capable of hauling a boat, to a roadster that goes by the name of "MOJO." If you find the big three boring and Asian automakers too tame, then spice things up and check out all of these Sacha Baron Cohen-approved Dartz designs.
Here's hoping that Dartz actually goes through with their plans to release the Prombron Nagel in 2012. The Dartz Prombron Nagel is an armored sportback SUV designed to turn heads and haul yachts. The car is set to have a 2000hp engine, a bulletproof body and a top speed of 155 mph. Woof.
I think it's safe to say that the Dartz Prombron is the SUV by which all others will be judged. The Prombron is a monument to both safety and excess. The Dartz Prombron features an exterior covered in Kevlar, gauges covered in rubies and diamonds and gold-plated windows. To top it all off, there are a few Prombrons floating around that have an all-whale foreskin interior. Swag.
Dartz is attempting to single-handedly reinvent the roadster with its MOJO concept. The MOJO has a unique, door-less design requiring drivers and passengers to slide back the vehicle's glass canopy in order to enter. The MOJO is set to make its debut along with its solar-powered sister, the JO-MOJO, at the 2012 Top Marques Monaco Show.
The Iron Diamond is a feminized version of the armored Prombron SUV. The Iron Diamond differs from the manly Prombron in a few different ways. For starters, the Iron Diamond does not have a front-passenger door. This has been done to prevent kidnappings/car jacking. The Iron Diamond also has eight cameras designed to make parking easier. Of course the ride is still bomb and bulletproof and comes with ten different interior options including "skat".