After another year of rise in violent crimes and hijackings , Ford South Africa finally introduce armored cars available to ordinary South Africans. Ford is now in partnership with the company SVI_Engineering a company that converts a normal car into an armored car.
Ford has become the first South Africa car manufactured to offer an armored car for civilian use even though Mercedes G-Class was also in partnership with the same company but it was on a limited partnership. SVI_Engineering can converts any car into a bullet proof vehicle but at personal cost.
So what does Ford bring to the table ? Now any person can actually buy an armored ford bakkie at their car dealership directly. But if you need this armored car it will always come at a cost , here is the pricing:
The level of protection is graded into three categories:
B6 Stopgun will protect people from pistols and short gun
B4 Discreet will protect people inside from semi - automatic and pistol
B6 Discreet will offer ultimate protection including assault weapons like AK47 and hand grenade
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