Inkas Armored Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG Selling for $1M
Makes farts a thing of the past
You’d think the Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG would be enough to satisfy any mortal. The powerful luxury SUV rockets to 60 miles an hour in just 5.3 seconds, despite being 5,600 pounds. On top of that, its 5.5-liter AMG biturbo V8 delivers a whopping 536 horsepower and 560 lb-ft of torque. Sure, it only gets 14 mpg on the highway, but do we really need trees? (Answer: yes, that seems to be the case.)
For some, however, the G63 AMG is not enough as is. Mercedes even offers a 6×6 version that some drivers want to pass on. For them, there’s really only one option: the Inkas armored Mercedes-Benz G63 limo, which the armored vehicle manufacturing company is happy to sell to you for the great, low price of $1,000,000.
The intimidating matte black paint job serves to explain what this baby is all about. With armored surfaces all around, including the windows, the modified G63 AMG won’t even whimper if barraged with bullets and won’t even sigh when driving over detonating grenades. It may, however, run out of gas by the time it reaches the end of your driveway, but let’s not worry about that.
Among the luxury features for the Inkas G63 AMG are exotic leather and curved wood for the interior, an innovative lighting system within the headliner, customized captain-style seats, a satellite TV system, a fully-functional dry refrigerator, a speed-vault pistol holder (for firing back at whoever the hell dares shoot at you), and a special compartment to hold a limited edition Leonardo Da Vinci Montblanc pen because why not. For your safety (because a pistol and armored windows aren’t enough), the stretch limo also boasts an array of security cameras to monitor every move of the road’s less affluent, less protected drivers.
Oh, and just in case the air inside the cabin becomes compromised with a poisonous gas (or if someone farts), passengers can use the indoor exhaust system to recirculate the air, giving them totally fresh and breathable air in just 60 seconds.
Now that’s what every car needs: a luxury fart remover. We’d all pay $1,000,000 for that.
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