This badass-looking vehicle makes the zombie-killing Hyundai Tucson look like a defenseless puppy. An armored vehicle designed, engineered and built in Toronto, Canada, the Inkas Sentry is a tactical attack and defense vehicle that can be used by the military, SWAT and law-enforcement agencies. It can also serve as a mobile command center or medical evacuation vehicle.
The Sentry doesn't melt in the desert nor does it freeze in the snow as this armored personal carrier (APC) is developed to be used in extreme climate conditions. Its heavy-duty truck chassis and off-roading capabilities can help its passengers run away from flesh-eating zombies if it comes to that. Its passengers are also safe from ballistic and blast attacks, thanks to the vehicle's dual protective layers.
If you were driving an Inkas Sentry on EDSA, you wouldn't fear for your life. This APC has perimeter armoring protecting the passenger compartment, the engine bay and other mechanical components. You're assured that you wouldn't be the next EDSA bus sandwich reduced to giant thin-crust pizza. Extra protection comes with multilayer ballistic glass and the company's proprietary overlap system "to protect from bullets being shot between seams of doors."
The Sentry doesn't compromise comfort as its cabin touts extra layer of insulation, smart ventilation system and configurable seating arrangements. This 4x4 APC is powered by a 6.7-liter V8 turbocharged diesel engine mated to a six-speed automatic transmission. With 362hp, the Sentry can easily transport eight people. The Canadian armored vehicle can be customized according to a client's requirements. It can be equipped with an escape hatch, a siren system, emergency lights package, electronic military system and external 360-degree-view cameras.
Measuring 5,969mm (length), 2,514mm (width) and 2,489mm (height), the Sentry protects against 7.62x51 SC ammunition and 7.62x51 M80 NATO Ball ammunition. It was also tested to meet NIJ-STD-0108.01 Level III and CEN Level BR7 ballistic standards.
We know politicians who are so widely hated they might want to consider traveling around in this vehicle.