This Inkas armoured Infiniti QX80 SUV is ready to take you through war zones.
The armour on the SUV can stop some 7.62 mm assault-rifle rounds. It can also withstand the blast of two hand grenades detonated simultaneously.
While it may wear the luxury Infiniti badge, the QX80 is based on the Nissan Patrol, which is sold as the Armada in the United States.
But if you think the 2020 Infiniti QX80 full-sized luxury SUV can’t take you through a war zone, then you need to see this latest creation from Inkas.
Inkas, the Canadian armoring firm, which has previously added armour to SUVs like the Lincoln Navigator and Mercedes-Benz G-Class, now has similar upgrades for the Infiniti QX80.
The Inkas armoured Infiniti QX80 features bullet-resistant glass that give it 360-degree perimeter protection of the passenger compartment.
Its BR6 armor protection level allows it to stop some 7.62 mm assault-rifle rounds.
According to Inkas, the SUV can also withstand the blast of two hand grenades detonated simultaneously.
The QX80 also gets reinforced suspension to carry the extra weight of the armor, as well as protection for the battery and electronic control unit.
Also available are run-flat tyres to allows the car to continue moving when punctured by bullets.
Inside, Inkas retained entertainment features like audio streaming audio via Bluetooth and iPod connectivity.
You can add options like emergency lights, a fire-suppression system, heavy-duty brakes and wheels, and a siren/PA system.
Powering the armored QX80 is the stock 5.6-liter V-8 engine. The 400 horsepower is sent to all four wheels through a 7-speed automatic transmission.
The Inkas Inifiniti QX80 is available by special order.
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