Terradyne Gurkha CIV Armored Vehicle

Oct 15, 2018

Category: Rides

If there’s any brand out there that knows how to build a no-holds-barred completely badass armored vehicle, it’s Terradyne. Our one issue: most of their offerings are geared toward the military and law enforcement and are, therefore, not suitable for civilian use. Lucky for us, they just unveiled a special limited edition armored transport called the Gurkha CIV.

Made especially so that anyone with the scratch could purchase it, military and law enforcement credentials or not, this monster is a serious urban commuting tank. Originally a Ford F550, this beastly beauty boasts a 6.7-liter V8 turbo diesel engine capable of 330 horsepower and a supremely enticing 750 foot-pounds of torque. That power plant pairs perfectly with its full body armor, gargantuan all-terrain tires and off-road suspension, front-end winch, window cages, 360-degree lighting rig, etc. Perhaps the most insane feature of this monolith, however, is that it is completely street legal. Reach out to Terradyne for pricing and availability.

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