Chill in luxury cabin while reinforced body absorbs grenade attacks.
Canadian armored vehicle manufacturer, Inkas, has just unveiled its latest bullet proof creation based on a Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG. Hard on the outside and soft in the middle, the G63 comes with protective features such as electroluminescent bulletproof glass, perimeter armoring and a grenade-proof reinforced floor, and a luxury cabin hand-finished in exotic leathers and curved woods.
Upgraded for 2015, the beefy SUV received a matte black body with matching grille and alloys, and the 43-inch stretched section now comes with a window, impenetrable naturally. Exterior cameras provide perimeter surveillance, while the entirely-new custom interior boasts an indoor exhaust system that recirculates the air in less than a minute (ideal for poisonous gas attacks), and a speed-vault pistol holder built into the front panel. Luxury touches include color LEDS integrated into the headliner, bespoke captain seats, satellite TV system, and a dry refrigerator.
A Limo Control system allows passengers to control a whole suite of functions from lighting and cameras to the partition separating them from the driver via an iPad mini, while other five-star features range from a customized safe and bar to built-in TV screens and an advanced multimedia system. Obviously such a highly customized vehicle comes at a price: $1,000,000 to be precise. Check out a 360-degree tour of the armored G-Class on the firm's site.