BMW Created The Ultimate Security Machine

If you’re a bussinessman, famous artist or just anyone who needs a security car, then BMW has just created the car for you.

BMW Created The Ultimate Security Machine

If you’re a bussinessman, famous artist or just anyone who needs a security car, then BMW has just created the car for you. Say ‘yes ‘ to the new BMW 7 Series High Security. We believe in security. The BMW believe too. The BMW 7 Series High Security seems just a little over the top. This car — actually, it’s two cars, the BMW 760Li High Security and the BMW 750Li High Security — features a the kind of stuff normally found in military vehicles.

The vehicle-specific armor plating is made from special steel and is mounted in the doors, the roof, the pillars, the front footwell and the separation wall between passenger and luggage compartments. Model-specific gap sealing ensures that critical areas such as door cut and body-joint lines are safely sealed. Against what, only your mortal enemies can say. Even the 7 Series High Security’s undercarriage is armored with special plating, developed with a particular focus on maximum explosion protection.

Do you carry about ‘Windows’? Don’t worry. The laminated glass cover is multilayered and “provides a unique level of resistance.” More than two inches thick, the windows are covered with a polycarbonate layer on the inside in order to prevent shattered glass particles from penetrating the interior.

Add an intercom system with concealed microphones and speakers, an assault alarm and a fire-extinguishing system for dousing fires in the engine compartment and below the vehicle. Irritant-gas sensors automatically close all windows, activate the central locking system, shut the fresh air valves and shut off the ventilation system. An internal fresh-air supply system ensures that passengers have breathable air.

Do you want to know the retail price for this incredible car?! It’s a secret, but to my mind those who need this car don’t worry about money.

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