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The £650K armoured Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon

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Trained marksman aiming a high calibre rifle through your windshield?
 
Then sturdy airbags, twin cup holders and the best insurance deal you found on Go Compare just won’t cut it. To swat away this sort of threat you’ll require something far more elite, much more assassin-proof: the £650k Mercedes-Benz G63 would be a good start.
 
Specially customised by high-end security company Inkas Group, the ‘4X4 meets mini Hummer’ shell is layered with bodywork completely impenetrable by bullets – all kinds apparently – while, in case the little tinker attempts to blow you up, an armoured floor is designed to withstand explosive detonation.
 
Furthermore, a series of security cameras have been scattered on the inside and outside of the battle-hardy vehicle, meaning high level targets a better chance of knowing just who is targeting them. We're not sure if the chap above also comes with the vehicle but at the cost of a million dollars we'd expect it.
 
High-level diplomats. Dictators of oppressive regimes. Premier League referees. Your chariot has arrived.
 

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