Inkas Presents $1.2 Million Armored Limo Based On A Mercedes-AMG G63

There’s a new limo in town and it’s based on a Mercedes G-Class; the rugged off-roader has been stretched before by Canadian armored limo experts Inkas but this is the new and improved version with a remodeled interior and one higher armor level, compared to the previous model.

More specifically, the Inkas G63 AMG now meets the CEN 1063 BR7 armor level, meaning its glazed shielding can withstand shots from a hi-power 7.62mm rifle.

The stretched Mercedes-AMG G63 measures 6186mm long, 2055mm wide and 1951mm tall. This gives it the necessary room to create one impressive rear-cabin compartment that fits just two, apparently very important, passengers.

More than half of the interior is appointed with “an ultra-premium Alcantara suede” and the rest of it dressed in top-grain exotic leather. The company’s designers have developed a new stitching technique that increases durability and maximize longevity and visual appeal.

The rear quarters also feature a 4K ultra-high-definition TV monitor with Apple TV integration, voice-activated controls through Apple Siri, a motorized bar with a built-in coolbox, as well as new and improved captain seats. The new seats can be fully reclined and feature a massage function while there’s also a new customisable ‘daylight’ headliner “specifically calibrated to mimic real sunlight” for reduced fatigue.

As for the safety features, apart from the advanced body armor and ballistic glass, Inkas’ latest limousine also comes with perimeter surveillance that includes infrared and thermal cameras that can record locally and upload to a secure cloud server.

Inkas will charge you $1.2 million for a fully loaded armored Mercedes G63 limo but then again, if you need this kind of protection, then money is the least of your problems.

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  • Dude

    That’s some serious decadence, but it’s pretty cool.

  • RunningLogan

    I prefer an armored Maybach S650 Pullman for around the same price.

  • Mr. EP9

    Nice, but damn 1.2 million? Well, if you want to be protected in style I guess this is the way to go. Although, the Mayback Pullman is also an option.

  • TheBelltower

    Exposed fishingboat speakers and large expanses of wood don’t seem appropriate in a $1.2M vehicle.

    • FOR THAT PRICE THEY SHOULD BE INVISIBLE.

  • SEEMS THERE ARE PEOPLE WITH SO MUCH MONEY THAT ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS PUT AN ABSURD PRICE ON SOMETHING AND PEOPLE WILL BUY IT.

  • Expensive but given the modifications, it doesn’t seem expensive, just that not really my style.

  • дапвт

    Looks pretty lazy if you ask me. I’ve seen much better custom interiors and those seats are just bad. Why not use legit Maybach seats?

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