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Inkas Armored Vehicles

When most people think of armored vehicles, they generally think of Suburbans, Cadillacs, and other roomy, luxurious cars. And while those are certainly among the Inkas Armored Vehicles lineup, there's far more variety than you'd expect. With over two decades experience in building armored cars, Inkas offers everything from the typical SUV to the Toyota Camry, BMW 5-Series, Mercedes CLS, and other unusual options, as well as armored buses and police cruisers, with all the creature comforts you could ask for. Typical upgrades on these beasts include fuel tank protection and perimeter armoring (glass, firewall, doors, pillars, quarter panels, ballistic overlaps, rear bulkhead, etc.) that will stand up against 7.62mm, 308 Winchester FMJ ammunition, as well as a reinforced floor that can withstand blasts and shrapnel from the simultaneous detonation of two DM51 grenades.

  • Brabus 800 iBusiness Mercedes-Benz G65 AMG

    Sometimes, no matter how hard you try, you just can't get away from work — so instead of staying in the office, take the office with you in the Brabus 800 iBusiness Mercedes-Benz G65 AMG. Based on the Mercedes G 65, but completely kitted out from front to back, this G Wagon sports a 6.0-liter V12 twin-turbo engine that produces 800 horsepower and 811 pound-feet of electronically-limited torque. Inside it's powered by a slew of Apple devices, including a Mac Mini, an Apple TV, an iPad and an iPod touch, all integrated into the entertainment system and controlled by an iPhone app. The inside has been entirely refinished in fine leather and Alcantara, with articulating rear seats replacing the standard bench. And with an integrated high-speed modem and WLAN, you may just find you do all your work from the road.

  • Toyota Tacoma Polar Expedition Truck

    The standard Tacoma is one tough truck — but if you're trying to make it to the South Pole, you're going to need something a bit beefier. Something like this Toyota Tacoma Polar Expedition Truck. Built specifically for that purpose, this truck made the run to the South Pole and back in just under 40 hours. Special features include a supercharged 4L V6 engine, a specially-tuned transmission, a suspension and undercarriage from Marconi, a steel body, four racing seats, an engine heater, upgraded batteries, a solar panel, and seven (!) fuel tanks with a total capacity of roughly 330 gallons — so while you won't have to fill up often, it's going to be brutal when you do.