Red Bull's 'Armored' Vehicle Will Keep You Safe While You Party


Nothing can stop this monstrous car.

Red Bull has plastered its logo on the side of a lot of machines,but the latest vehicle to get its logo may just be the craziest. The massive truckstarted out as a Land Rover Defender 130 but has been given a complete overhaulfor more off-roading capability and heavy-duty use. Red Bull hasn’t releasedall of the specifications on the vehicle but those should be coming out shortly. The“armored moon vehicle” was pre-constructed in Australia and features a host ofinter-locking triangular pieces to resemble the infamous F-117 fighteraircraft.

Needless to say, this vehicle looks like it can do anything RedBull enthusiasts can dream of. Just like the last promotional vehicle, the armoredcar is finished in a matte black paint job and has an entertainment system thatsits on top of the vehicle’s roof. With this vehicle, you’d be able to take theparty anywhere, including the middle of an all-out riot. It goes without saying,but we really like this vehicle.

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