Plasan Yagu Armored Car

Apr 26, 2018

Category: Rides

There’s no denying how awe-inspiring battle-ready tanks are. Unfortunately, they’re completely impractical for everyday use – due to their lumbering and unwieldy nature. The folks at Plasan, however, may have just come up with the perfect compromise in their Yagu armored car.

Based on an Arctic Cat Wildcat 4 1000, this ultralight tactical vehicle is powered by a 95 bhp 1.0-liter V-twin engine that can swap back and forth between 2- and 4-wheel drive – making it both incredibly compact and shockingly nimble. Especially when you consider what else it offers: 360-degrees of armor plating, a remote-controlled roof-mounted light weapon system, and an integrated drone. If you want your own Batmobile, but the tumbler is a bit out of your price range and is just a bit too big, well then the Yagu is the vehicle for you.

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