Atelier Inkas presented a bulletproof Mercedes-AMG G63March 25, 2019
The guys perfected the German car, preparing it for participation in a serious mess. The car has a price tag of 1.2 million dollars
It cannot be denied that in itself, having a powerful SUV Mercedes-AMG G63 in its garage is very, very cool. Well, if he is also armored and has a price tag of 1.2 million dollars.
Tuning company Inkas, which is known for the production of military vehicles such as Superior and Sentry MPV, decided to use for its next project a “charged” German SUV Mercedes-AMG G63. The guys perfected the German car, preparing it for participation in a serious mess.
The armored G-class from the Inkas looks like an ordinary AMG G63, only its body is reinforced with composite materials at all 360 degrees, which allows it to withstand hits from powerful ammunition and even explosions.
According to representatives of the tuner, the SUV will be able to withstand the shells of an assault rifle in caliber up to 7.62 mm, while the simultaneous explosions of two DM51 grenades will not damage the lower part of the armored G63. It should be noted that the reinforced car is made in accordance with the ballistic standards CEN 1063 BR6.
The Inkas Armored Mercedes-AMG G63 comes with the following standard booking features: full perimeter protection, high-quality laminated bullet-proof glass, battery protection and an electronic control module, a reinforced suspension, and a security system that is accessible from the cabin.
If this is not enough for you, you have the opportunity to add a fire extinguishing system, as well as a light armor package, a siren / PA / Intercom system, heavy duty wheels, an emergency lighting system, a remote control system controlled by the driver, and a heavy duty brake system.
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