Mercedes-Benz G-Class is already loaded with number of applications to do with, but still one can find oodles of aftermarket customization that leads to a must have for the G63 AMG in garage.
One such name to recently appear in the list is INKAS Armored Vehicle Manufacturing, which introduced the first of its kind fully armored and stretched Mercedes-Benz G63 executive limousine.
The Glendwagen of Mercedes is stretched by 60″ that will serve the purpose of a fully-functional executive mobile office. The add-ons nerved both the sides of customers’ demands, luxury and safety to the maximum.
“We’re proud to introduce this first of its kind bulletproof limousine based on the Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG platform. The vehicle was fully designed, stretched and armored in-house at our facility in Toronto, Canada. Due to the recent increase in Mercedes-Benz G-class orders for armoring and stretching, we have scheduled the deployment of a new dedicated assembly line for this model, which will strengthen our world-leading positions in the field of armored and stretched Mercedes-Benz vehicles,” said Philip Daskal, VP of Sales at INKAS Armored Vehicle Manufacturing.
Inside the cabin, INKAS G63 AMG is done with best of the exotic leather and curved wood for the dashboard, armrests and other parts of the interior. Captain style heated and cooled leather seats with luxurious massage systems, an executive customized safe, a bar, innovative light system as well as advanced multimedia and audio systems are loaded to name further.
For the entertainment of owners, partition between the driver and the passenger compartment upheld built-in TV screens allowing for maximal form and function.
Safety of this G-class is said to deliver protection against the 7.62mm, 308 Winchester FMJ shots. It can also survive blasts and shrapnel from the effects of 2 x DM51 grenades detonated simultaneously. All doors and windows apertures are overlapped with bullet catchers installed between all open crevices. The suspension and the braking components are also taken into consideration of safety to ensure maximal ride quality and control.
The glass planted on it is more transparent in comparison with other ballistic glass available on the market all while maintaining the necessary ballistic properties. Additionally, a special system is plunked on it which will led the window operational and be led down for limited use on toll ways, checkpoints and during document transfers.
The first model is scheduled to release in September 2014 with expected price of $450,000.