Inkas unveils armored SUV Mercedes-AMG G63August 14, 2020
Renowned company Inkas has unveiled an armored version of the high-performance Mercedes-AMG G63 SUV. The car received an increased wheelbase and a luxurious interior. The vehicle can withstand a direct hit from bullets from powerful rifles, as well as withstand the simultaneous explosion of two grenades.
We are already familiar with some non-standard projects from the armored vehicle manufacturer – Inkas. In fact, we’ve already seen the crazy Mercedes-AMG G63 limousine, with an extended wheelbase and enough armor to stop bullets fired from powerful rifles. However, it was the previous generation G-class. Now the company presents an armored “Gelik” version of the most current at the moment.
The high-performance 2020 G63 was taken as the basis for the project. Inkas has increased the wheelbase of the SUV to 4 394 mm, although there are four seats in the interior of the SUV.
However, they offer considerable luxury – each heated and massage chair can be fully reclined. Buyers have a choice of leather or Alcantara, and while the scenery behind the bulletproof glass isn’t impressive, the electric partition between the front and rear seats contains a 4K flat-screen TV. Sound comes through a premium audio system and is controlled from a remote control located between the rear seats.
Of course, Inkas doesn’t just create exquisite luxury cars. Like the previous model G63, this limousine is armored in accordance with the CEN 1063 BR6 protection standards. This means that the body of the SUV can block small arms fire, and the floor is able to withstand the force of the simultaneous explosion of two grenades. To cope with the extra weight, Inkas upgrades the suspension, but the engine power remains the same. The standard G63 offers 577 horsepower from a 4.0-liter V8 twin-turbo engine.
The G63 armored limousine can be ordered with a variety of interior layouts to meet the specific needs of each customer. The company does not mention the cost per car, but you can imagine that such a creation is not cheap.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that Inkas presented an armored SUV Infiniti QX80. After specialists from the Canadian company Inkas worked on the creation of an armored version of the Japanese Infiniti QX80 SUV, the car can withstand rifle bullets and hand grenades.
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