Did You Know Putin’s Aurus Limo Will Keep Him Safe When Submerged In Water?
Did you know Russian President Vladimir Putin’s Aurus Senat L700 limousine can swim when submerged?
The limo has the ability to comfortably keep the President and other occupants safe when fully submerged in water.
And don’t ever doubt this impressive feature because the Russians are experts in Submarine tech.
In addition, L700 is covered with life-saving offensive-law – defensive features, including armor plating and Kevlar tyres.
L700 replaced Putin’s highly favored German-made official car, the Mercedes-Benz S 600 Pullman Guard.
Two of the 23 foot-long, 6 tons Aurus Senat L700 limousines always travel with the former KGB agent.
Vladimir Putin began his 4th term and another six years as Russia’s president in May 2018 with the unveiling of the new Russian-made Presidential State Car, the Aurus Senat L700 limousine.
The black armoured State Car, which replaces his highly favored German made Mercedes-Benz S 600 Guard Pullman, was used for the short distance from his office to the Kremlin hall for the inauguration.
The move was an an obvious response from Russian Government to overcome western sanctions by reducing its dependence on imported goods and technology.
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Two of the 23 foot-long, 6 tons limousines (one acting as a decoy and a spare), always travel with the former KGB agent. The new Russian State Car had been dubbed a “Real Bunker On Wheels” by some Western Media.
The Central Research and Development Automobile Institute (NAMI) and Porsche/Bosch developed car is covered in armor plating and runs on Kevlar tyres to keep it going when shot.
But aside from boasting these life-saving offensive and defensive measures, the Aurus Senat limousine claims to have what other official State Car obviously lacks.
According to reports, the limousine has the ability to comfortably keep the President and other occupants safe when fully submerged in water — just call the Aurus Senat L700 a mini submarine – and don’t ever doubt it because the Russians are experts in Submarine tech.