The Inkas custom Mercedes G63 is the most luxurious armoured car you've ever seen

Bulletproof? Check. Grenade-proof floor? Also check. Customisable interior LED lights to set the mood? Yeah, baby
The Inkas custom Mercedes G63 is the most luxurious armoured car you've ever see

When you think armoured cars, you think big monsters built to survive war zones or gang wars. But why not think even bigger with a big car as armoured car supplier Inkas did. The company's motto is 'where luxury meets security' and its 2015 edition of the Mercedes G63 is no exception.

The 2015 edition is matte black (of course), with black wheels and yes, even a colour-matched grill. What sets this model apart from the last one's is that it now has a window as well as customised LED lights and side blinkers. Said window would also use bulletproof glass, with cameras along the exterior to monitor the perimeter.

 

A battalion of spys could fit in this

The Inkas custom Mercedes G63 is the most luxurious armoured car you've ever see

Now though, Aston Martins are nice and all, perhaps James Bond would appreciate this model as it utilises luxury materials that Bentley, Rolls-Royce and yes, even Aston Martin use. Think curved wood, fine exotic leather.

We couldn't help but snigger a little reading the copy about the lighting system that uses colour LEDS capable of "displaying different animations ranging from business mode to various romantic themes."

Besides the custom lights, there's also special custom seats that are heated and cooled, with a massage system. Not to mention there is even a satellite TV system, a fully-functional, dry refridgerator, a speed-vault pistol holder and, in its own special drawer, a Leonardo Da Vinci Montblanc pen.

All of the interior features are controlled with an iPad Mini - lighting, seats, cameras, ventilation, audio, the works. All this of course secured by an exterior that can withstand 7.62mm, 308 Winchester FMJ rounds. Let's not forget the indoor exhaust that can vent unwanted gases in a minute. And the price? At least US$1mil.

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[Source: Inkas via DigitalTrends]