Considering you’ve built up enough of a reputation that you require a bullet-proof vehicle, is a Hyundai really the way to go? The guys at ArmorTech, the Russian experts at building armored cars for politicians, industry leaders and perhaps a drug dealer or two, have considered the possibility, announcing today the new Hyundai Equus Limousine Security. The vehicle will be on show at the 2012 Moscow Auto Show kicking off this Friday, and has been developed by Hyundai together with German armored car firm Stoof International, with ArmorTech providing plenty of its own consultation...
Atelier Valdeig Teams Up With ArmorTech To Build Tresor SUV
A German coachbuilder has joined forces with a Russian firm specializing in armored cars to develop an over-the-top luxury SUV for discerning customers who may consider a Range Rover Vogue just a little too mainstream. The coachbuilder is Atelier Valdeig based in Leipzig, Germany, and together with...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Stretched Bentley Mulsanne Built By Russia’s ArmorTech
Ever thought the Bentley Mulsanne was just not quite big enough? Probably not, but as you’re about to find out now not everybody thinks this way. Pictured above is a custom stretched version of the Mulsanne flagship sedan, which not only gets a ton of extra legroom but armor protection as...Viknesh Vijayenthiran