Armored Aston Martin DB11 By Trasco

Sep 11, 2018

Category: Rides

German armored car maker Trasco-Bremen may have just created the ultimate James Bond car. Designed to endure any danger, the 2018 Armored Aston Martin DB11 by Trasco is the ultimate car for the secret agent man.

The Trasco A-KIP® (Anti-Kidnapping) concept seeks to outfit luxury vehicles in lightweight but impenetrable armor that can withstand any attempt of forced entry. Using certified ballistic material, Trasco has bolstered the vehicle with highly fortified materials that, all told, only add 150kg to the 608 horsepower Aston Martin — the vehicle’s total weight remains unchanged. The new, high-security DB11 remains discreet with a look that does not give away the high-priority of the passenger sealed safely within. A price can be attained upon request.

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