Inkas Mercedes-AMG G63.
  • Inkas, a Canadian armored-vehicle firm, just released its latest creation: a stretched, bulletproof version of the 2020 Mercedes-AMG G63 SUV. 
  • The limo can defend against firearms and grenades, and includes an air-filtration system that keeps out pollutants and bacteria. 
  • Plus, its interior is as lavish as a private jet's cabin, featuring massaging seats, a 4K TV, and more. 
  • The limo carries a base price of $600,000 (R10 million), but options can bring that figure north of $1.2 million (R20 million). 
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The Mercedes-AMG G63 — a big, powerful, off-road-ready SUV — is fancy. But what it won't get you is bulletproofing. For some, that might just be a deal breaker. 

Inkas, a Canadian company specializing in armored-vehicle manufacturing, has a solution to that problem: its new Mercedes-AMG G63 limo. Stretched considerably and built like a tank, the vehicle can shield passengers from high-powered-rifle fire or a blast from two grenades. It's also equipped with run-flat tires and a surveillance system. 

All of that protection should put even the most important VIPs at ease — and the luxurious limo's massaging seats, minibar, and entertainment system likely help on that front as well.

Keep scrolling to take a closer look at the new G63 limo. 

Inkas Armored — a Canadian company that builds all kinds of customized and armored vehicles — has a new stretched, bulletproof Mercedes-AMG G63.
Inkas Mercedes-AMG G63.
You might think Inkas stretched the G-Wagen to make room for more seats, but that's not exactly the case.
Inkas Mercedes-AMG G63.
What Inkas has done instead, essentially, is create a bulletproof movie room on wheels.
Inkas Mercedes-AMG G63.
The SUV just has two reclining "captain's chairs" in back.
Inkas Mercedes-AMG G63.
They can be specced in leather or Alcantara suede ...
Inkas Mercedes-AMG G63.
... and boast massaging, cooling, and heating features.
Inkas Mercedes-AMG G63.
They face a 4K TV ...
Inkas Mercedes-AMG G63.
... that lowers at the push of a button, serving as a partition between the front and rear of the limo.
Inkas Mercedes-AMG G63.
Inkas mounted a control center between the seats that lets passengers control the entertainment system, which comes with Apple TV integration.
Inkas Mercedes-AMG G63.
The interior also features a bar with a built-in cooler.
Inkas Mercedes-AMG G63.
When it comes to armoring — Inkas' specialty — the company went all out.
Inkas Mercedes-AMG G63.
The G63 offers up to BR7-level armoring, meaning it can protect against armor-piercing rounds from high-powered rifles, including sniper rifles.
Inkas Mercedes-AMG G63.

Source: Inkas

The limo can also withstand the force of two hand grenades detonated underneath it.
Inkas Mercedes-AMG G63.
Inkas outfitted the G63 with thick, ballistic glass ...
Inkas Mercedes-AMG G63.
... along with run-flats, allowing the G63 to drive even when its tires have been punctured.
Inkas Mercedes-AMG G63.
Inkas also equipped the car with an air-filtration system that keeps the cabin free from pollutants and bacteria.
Inkas Mercedes-AMG G63.
Plus, the limo comes with a surveillance system that includes infrared and thermal cameras.
Inkas Mercedes-AMG G63.
Powering the car is a 4.0-liter, twin-turbocharged V8, which puts out 577 horsepower and 627 pound-feet of torque.
Inkas Mercedes-AMG G63.
The vehicle likely needs every last bit of that power, considering it's anything but light.
Inkas Mercedes-AMG G63.
It rides on an upgraded suspension, and Inkas says the car drives almost the same as a normal G63.
Inkas Mercedes-AMG G63.
An Inkas spokesperson told Business Insider that its G63 limos start at $600,000 (R10.3 million), but that they can reach $1.2 million (R20 million) or more depending on options.
Inkas Mercedes-AMG G63.
That's a lot to spend on a car. But if you're important enough to need an armored G-Wagen limo, odds are you can probably afford one.
Inkas Mercedes-AMG G63.

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