The Armored Lincoln Navigator L Is A Car For VIPs Only

Today our dear Arab GT followers, we will introduce an armored Lincoln Navigator SUV vehicle that was manufactured to protect its passengers from any external attacks with firearms, and it is particularly useful for leaders, politicians, VIPs, businessmen, and wealthy people.

This American SUV was armored by the Canadian company Inkas, which specializes in making armored cars, and this car it armored bears the name of Lincoln Navigator L. The armored SUV features state of the art armoring solutions including, 360-degree ballistic protection, premium ballistic glass, upgraded suspension and a siren/PA system to attract attention in the event of an attack on the vehicle.

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According to official information announced by the Canadian company, this SUV has protection level BR6, which means that it can withstand 7.62 mm bullets, and can withstand the explosion of two hand-grenades simultaneously.

Standard armoring features include protection for the battery and electronic control module, reinforced door hinges and other critical structure points, run-flat devices, while Heavy duty brake system, fire suppression system, heavy-duty wheels, and emergency lights system are available as optional equipment

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Since we are talking about a VIP car, it also features luxurious comfort. The luxury interior features include, approach detection, illuminated running boards, Active Motion front seats, split armrests, rear seats entertainment system, premium leather seating and a Revel Ultima 20 speaker surround sound system.

Mechanically, this American all-wheel-drive armored SUV is powered by a twin-turbo 3.5-liter V6 engine that produces 450 horsepower and 691 Nm of torque, it is connected to a 10-speed automatic gearbox.

Our team at Arab GT does not have any official information about the price of the armored Lincoln Navigator but we know that the price of the regular 2020 Lincoln Navigator starts in n the global markets from 77,120 USD, which is equivalent to 289,200 Saudi riyals, shipping charges included.

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