Canadian armoring specialist INKAS reveals 2022 Armored Toyota Land Cruiser 300 SUV.
The Bunker features bullet-resistant glass that give it 360-degree perimeter protection.
Its BR6 armor protection level allows it to stop some 7.62 and 0.308 assault-rifle rounds.
The floor can also withstand the blast of two hand grenades detonated simultaneously.
Canadian armoring specialist INKAS Armored Vehicle Manufacturing has released a new armored version of the latest Toyota Land Cruiser SUV, the 300 Series.
Specially designed for customers who want to drive confidently while ‘cruising in war zones’, the INKAS 2022 armored Toyota Land Cruiser LC 300 provides unmatched mobility in the field – delivering an exceptional driving experience with cutting-edge security features.
Armored to the BR6 level on the outside – allowing it to stop some 7.62 and 0.308 assault-rifle rounds, the Toyota Land Cruiser ensures 360-degree protection from high-power assault rifles and explosions from up to two DM51 hand grenades.
Options like emergency lights, a fire-suppression system, heavy-duty brakes and wheels, and a siren/PA system, can also be added to the Armoured INKAS Toyota Land Cruiser 300.
The armored Toyota Land Cruiser (LC300) boasts three powerful engine options, including a 3.5L V6 petrol engine with 400 horsepower, a 4.0L V8 petrol engine with 271 horsepower, and a 3.3L V6 diesel engine with 302 horsepower.
The INKAS 2022 Armored Toyota Land Cruiser 300-series (LC300) is now available for worldwide delivery to all major seaports, as well as airfreight upon special request.
The new-generation LC 300 debuted last year and it replaces its predecessor, the Toyota Land Cruiser 200 series (LC200) in Toyota’s lineup.
It is also available in market-specific trim levels such as VXR, GXR, GR-Sport as well as GX, VX and Sahara ZX for right-hand-drive markets.