This 500000 Armored Bentley Protects Against Hand Grenade Attacks

first_img The 2020 Living Vehicle Is a Swanky Luxury Apartment on Wheels The Bulletproof, Million-Dollar Ramsmobile SUV Has an Optional Hookah Editors’ Recommendations Ride Out the Apocalypse With the 1,000-Horsepower Rezvani Tank X SUV The New Land Rover Defender Is Just as Glorious as We Expected For some one-percenters — dot com moguls, athletes, supervillains — just leaving the house means taking their life in their hands. The world is a terrifying place full of terrorism, potential kidnappings, and RompHims. Even a full-time security detail can only do so much. The solution? A custom, bulletproof luxury SUV, of course.According to Toronto’s INKAS, this custom Bentley is the world’s first commercially available armored Bentayga SUV. At $500,000, it’s certainly in the running for the most expensive. It, of course, includes a long list of stock luxury features. A heated wood and leather steering wheel, signature surround sound system, customizable ambient lighting, 24-way climate and massage seats, and a heads-up display are standard. It’s all powered by a 6-liter twin-turbo W12 powertrain pushing 600 horsepower and 664 lb-ft of torque. That’s enough to propel the 5,300-pound SUV from 0-60 in an impressive 4.4 seconds.It’s clear, however, that “impressive” isn’t enough. For its standard armoring package, INKAS surrounds the passenger compartment with perimeter protection, including layered, high-quality, bullet-resistant glass, reinforced door hinges, and other forms of structural hardening. The engine compartment is also strengthened to protect the battery and electronic control module. The entire affair rides on a reinforced suspension and run-flat tires. If that’s not enough to keep you and your loved ones safe, the list of available options is virtually limitless. Heavy-duty wheels, a siren/PA/intercom system, rugged brakes, and a fire suppression system are all on the table. Fully loaded, the INKAS Bentley Bentayga will stop standard assault rifle fire and even hand grenade attacks.INKAS is part of a rapidly growing niche that customizes luxury vehicles as mobile fortresses for the world’s elite. It’s an arms race, of sorts, and only the fastest, most luxurious, and most expensive can win. AddArmor is currently leading the charge. The Wyoming-based shop can upgrade almost any vehicle — from family sedans to work vans to luxury SUVs — with state-of-the-art armored protection and military-grade attack countermeasures. Its $350,000 bulletproof Cadillac Escalade recently made news for its almost absurd level of tech, including electrified door handles, pepper spray dispensers, and a smokescreen system. For around $200,000, the company can deliver a customized Audi RS7 that’s touted as the world’s fastest armored car topping out at more than 200 mph.If the Bentayga’s half-million-dollar price tag is too rich for your wallet, INKAS’ catalog includes more “affordable” alternatives. Armored Land Rover Range Rovers, Toyota Land Cruiser GXRs, Nissan Armadas, and even Toyota Sienna minivans are all available. If you can dream it — and, more importantly, pay for it — INKAS can deliver. The Bond-Inspired AddArmor Audi RS7 Is the World’s Fastest Armored Car last_img read more

Brock Media Clips for Friday May 24

Here’s a look at some of the media attention Brock University received recently.Brock scholarships awarded to 58 Niagara students: An event at Brock that awarded $2,500 scholarships to 58 public, private and Catholic high school students from Niagara was featured in articles from the St. Catharines Standard and Jewel 92.London cannabis stores say they won’t join trend to cut hours: Associate Professor of Operations Research Michael Armstrong was quoted in articles from the London Free Press and Hamilton Spectator that discussed cannabis stores in Ontario cutting hours to deal with supply shortages.What age children are the cutest, according to science: A 2018 research paper from PhD student Prarthana Franklin, Child and Youth Studies Associate Professor Tony Volk and undergraduate student Irisa Wong, that said children hit peak cuteness at six months of age, was discussed in a article.Brock Badgers’ Tyler Brown makes pro debut in River Lions’ home opener: A St. Catharines Standard article profiled current Brock men’s basketball player Tyler Brown, who made his on-court debut with the Niagara River Lions Thursday, May 16.Fort Erie ponders life outside of region: Political Science Professor David Siegel was quoted in a St. Catharines Standard article about the Town of Fort Erie’s ability to leave the Niagara Region and function on its own.If you know of an appearance or story about a Brock faculty member, student, athlete or alumni, please drop us a line with a link to the story at [email protected] read more