The Massive Gurkha RPV Tactical Armored Vehicle
The Gurkha RPV Is The Only Vehicle You’ll Need During A Zombie Apocalypse!
Updated September 26, 2018
In the event of a zombie apocalypse or alien invasion, the vehicle you want to be inside is the Gurkha RPV Tactical Armored Vehicle. There’s a reason why the military and police turn to this powerhouse to bust up drug rings or perform sensitive, high-risk operations. The Gurkha RPV can protect those inside from just about anything from gunshots to explosives – and the word is still out on if it could withstand an asteroid collision. Short of the atom bomb, it is safe to say that this tactical vehicle can survive just about anything here on earth.
The Gurkha RPV was designed by Terradyne Armored Vehicles to meet the international demand for mobile protection with global conflict and general violence on the rise. It seems to be meeting that demand – 14 countries have incorporated this tactical vehicle into its military and law enforcement fleets, including Australia, Canada, and the United States. Since you are unlikely to encounter this massive vehicle on the open road, you’ve likely caught glimpses of the Gurkha RPV on the big screen, such as in Fast Five or Madagascar 3.
Terradyne Armored Vehicles offers the Gurkha RPV in three variants – the LPV (light armored patrol vehicle), MPV (multi-purpose vehicle), and RPV (rapid-patrol vehicle). This allows its clients to choose the right degree of protection for the type of terrain. Each of them is built on a Ford F550 chassis with a Ford 6.7L Power Stroke V8 diesel-fueled engine, so Chevy fans may wish to shy away and let Ford enthusiasts enjoy the powerful four-wheel drive that can scale any number of fallen soldiers and six-speed transmission.
This tactical armored vehicle can fit up to five people inside, which is great for small teams to reach their destination safely. Every inch of this beast is protected from the obvious steel plates on the exterior to the floor compartments; it even has the option of coming with additional floor and seating material that is supposedly impervious to explosive blasts for an increased sense of security when crossing enemy lines. For the right price, there is even talk about making the Gurkha RPV to the public, so you can imagine all the applications of this armored vehicle in your daily life.
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