Ordinary vehicle tires can be rendered inoperable with something as small as a household nail. Our armored vehicles include run-flat devices which are speciality units mounted on the vehicle’s rim. These devices sit within the tire and allow a vehicle to travel up to 60 miles at speeds of 60 mph with with completely punctured tires.
An element found within every armored vehicle which is essentially what makes it ‘armored’. These are the thick ballistic metal plates installed directly to the sub-frame of the vehicle. Depending on the thickness and density of the armoring used, these alloys can withstand anything from .22 or 9mm rounds all the way up to armor-piercing heavy caliber projectiles. Ballistic plating is also installed within the vehicle’s floor in order to protect against detonations below the vehicle.
The vehicle’s ‘transparent armor’ lies within its ballistic (or bulletproof) glass. While it isn’t physically possible to manufacture glass that protects from any type of attack, the glass used within INKAS® vehicles is specifically-manufactured to absorb the level of attack prescribed within the vehicle’s specification. Using varying thicknesses and compositions, the glass is “dialed in” to the exact level of armor needed. INKAS® carries ballistic glass capable of withstanding attacks from assault rifles, sniper rifles, and even RPGs.
In order to mitigate against attacks where one vehicle is used to ram into another, INKAS® installs reinforced bumpers and grills to help armored vehicles escape these situations unharmed. Creating additional reinforcement to the armored vehicle’s edges as well as protecting key components, the armored vehicle can also remove debris and clear its path for a swifter escape with minimal hindrance to its speed or mobility.