Red Bull Armored Event Vehicle

Nov 24, 2015

Category: Rides

Aside from giving people wings, Red Bull is also known for doing a lot of crazy stuff and plastering their logo on competition banners, car concepts, and even their own MIG 17 fighter jet. Now, they’ve thrown their logo on a Land Rover turned into a stealthy beast on wheels.

The new event vehicle is a matte black F-22 Raptor with mega off-road tires and their giant, angry bull logo on the side. The design looks like someone asked, “what if Batman’s tumbler were an SUV?” This design is based on the Land Rover Defender 130, which is one of the biggest 4×4 safari vehicles on the market. The body is made up of several inter-locking triangular pieces of metal, which is what helps to give it the edgy aesthetic. It’s the perfect vehicle to plow through Red Bull’s party crowds with ease.

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