INKAS Armored Lexus LX 600 Can Withstand Assault-rifle Rounds, Explosion Of Two Hand Grenades
INKAS armored Lexus LX 600 will stop assault-rifle rounds and withstand the explosion of two DM51 hand grenades.
It is specially designed to handle everything, from leisurely cruises to navigating war zones without any problems.
The ballistic protection on this INKAS armored Lexus LX 600 can stop some 7.62 and 0.308 assault-rifle rounds.
Its reinforced floor can withstand the explosion of two DM51 hand grenades detonated simultaneously.
Canadian armoring specialist, INKAS Armored Vehicle Manufacturing, has unveiled its latest addition to its already extensive lineup of ultra-luxury armored vehicles – an armored Lexus LX 600 SUV.
The INKAS armored Lexus LX 600 SUV combines impressive multi-terrain performance, innovative high-tech controls, and refined elegance for an exceptional VIP experience.
Masterfully armored to provide ballistic protection up to CEN 1063 BR6 standard, the INKAS armored Lexus LX 600 can withstand attacks from 7.62mm assault rifle ammunition, as well as the explosion of two DM51 hand grenades detonated simultaneously.
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INKAS LX 600 features reinforced suspension, a door frame overlap system, engine and fuel tank armoring, ballistic glass and rides on runflat tyres, also to help it travel some 80 kilometers more after they get perforated by bullets.
Add-on equipment and tactical upgrades includes a siren and PA system, strobe lights and nightvision cameras. Others are heavy duty wheels, door assist systems, engine bay fire suppression systems, and emergency escape solutions.
Margarita Simkin, Co-Founder and Chairwoman of INKAS, says :
“I am thrilled to say that INKAS has successfully engineered the new armored LX 600 with meticulous precision, maintaining the integrity and exacting quality that both INKAS and Lexus are renowned for.”
The new INKAS Armored Lexus LX 600 SUV is now available for delivery worldwide to all major seaports, as well as airfreight upon special request.