Bulletproof 200 Series LandCruiser

Cashed-up survivalists need only apply.

Bulletproof 200 Series LandCruiser

IT MIGHT look more at home on the set of The Walking Dead, but this impenetrable 2020 Toyota LandCruiser is perfect for cashed-up survivalists.

Yep, not that'll be much use to us in Australia, but, if you really wanted to, you could get yourself a bulletproof 200 Series.

Specced by Canadian mob, INKAS, the Land Cruiser GXR is equipped with a BR6 armour level, meaning it'll survive a barrage of assault rifle ammo (7.62mm) and up to two hand grenade attacks (DM51).

The engine bay has been up-armoured; the suspension has been reinforced, as have door hinges and critical structure points; the entire perimeter of the passenger compartment has been strengthened; there's added protection for the battery and electronics; and it utilises run-flats.

Let's just hope it passes the "ball-bearing test", unlike Elon's Cybertruck

INKAS Toyota LandCruiser GXR 200 interior

Tick some boxes on an optional equipment list and you can get a lightweight armouring package, a heavy duty brake system, heavy duty wheels, a siren/PA/intercom system, an emergency lights system, and/or a fire suppression system.

The guts of the seven-seat SUV remain unchanged, with the 4.5-litre V8 running through a six-speed automatic transmission and permanent AWD system.

There's an information box on the INKAS website, specifically for Aussies, where you can request further info. Head here to check it out: inkasarmored.com


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