of Armor & Vehicle Alterations
sided armoring of passenger cabin to give maximum
protection against 7.62 x 51mm & 5.56 x 45mm
& C pillars are protected with armor along with the
firewall. This adds structural rigidity to the overall
vehicle; ballistic steel is installed on the floor this
will provide same protect as the sides and against
simultaneous detonation of 2xDM51 splinter hand
doors are fitted with overlap system and antispall guard
which provides maximum strength retention to prevent
penetration through door posts & pillars.
Vehicles armor plates are stitch-welded using
high-intensity MIG welders. This process ensures the
structural integrity is uncompromised by thermal and
chemical variations of the material.
glass is installed using ballistic grade steel frame for
added protection which gives extra support to help
prevent cracks & fractures. This also provides added
protection for these potentially weak areas.
hinges are bolted directly onto the armor through the
pillars & the doors to prevent stress on the hinges and
the internal panels which otherwise will lead to
cracking under the extra weight.
glass, PVB/polycarbonate laminate 6.2kgs./sq.ft(13.7lbs/sq.ft)
– Thickness is 39mm (Replaces all OEM glass).
is manufactured under strictly controlled conditions,
using only the highest grade materials.
Anti-Spall shield protects against glass splinters,
chemical attacks. Autoclave temperature allows the
polycarbonate to lose its memory to prevent delaminating
& internal stress. The glass also provides multi hit
ballistic performance of bullet resistance glass can be
diminished when the glass is exposed to high
temperatures; Solar Plus ensures total ballistic
resistance performance for a longer period of time.
is tested in accordance with EN 1522 & EN 1063 European
Level B6 – NIJ Level III
Protection Level Details
(Please refer to Class VR6 for this vehicle)
Standard Vehicle Features
Seating for four
persons (including the driver)
tank & water separator encased with ballistic steel to
protect against explosive projectiles.
doors are fitted with heavy duty webbed door straps to
Battery is protected within an armored box in the engine
Exhaust protection installed to prevent foreign objects
gun ports are installed, one facing the rear, one on the
L/H side and one on the R/H side.
Ballistic radiator &
lower engine protection is bolted to the underside of
duty rear cabin suspension installed to compensate for
duty lifting rams are installed on the L/H & R/H side of
Escape hatch installed
Split front windscreen