Inside a SWAT truck! The bulletproof Inkas Titan-DS

by | Jun 14, 2022 - 6:44PM | Car Reviews

The Inkas TitanDS armored SWAT vehicle

If you’ve ever wondered what the safest vehicle on the roads is, it might just be the Inkas Titan-DS SWAT truck.

That’s not because of your regular safety features, though – it’s because this truck was built to withstand practically anything.

Based on the chassis of a Ram 5500 pickup, the Titan-DS can protect its passengers from bullets, grenades and other explosives.

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Built by Emirati company Inkas Armored and made in Dubai, more than 10,000 have been sold to police and special forces around the world.

It rides on military-grade wheels and run-flat tires, which you can keep driving on for 50km (31mi) even after they’ve been pierced by bullets.

The floor is also STANAG level 2 blast protection certified.

That means the SWAT truck can withstand the force of two hand grenades going off at the same time – about 6kg of explosive force.

The rear cabin – which can hold 10 people, or should we say, troops – is also surrounded with portholes that can be opened to shoot out of.

The Inkas TitanDS armored SWAT vehicle
Supercar Blondie with the Inkas TitanDS armored SWAT vehicle
Interior of the Inkas TitanDS armored SWAT vehicle
Supercar Blondie with the Inkas TitanDS armored SWAT vehicle
Run flat tires on the Inkas TitanDS armored SWAT vehicle
Light remotes on the Inkas TitanDS armored SWAT vehicle
The rear of the Inkas TitanDS
The rear doors are heavily armored – emphasis on heavy
The rear of the truck can hold upto 10 people.
A machine gun or rocket launcher can be mounted up here
The Inkas TitanDS rides on run-flat tires that can be driven on for 50km (31mi) after being shot
There are remotes to control the truck's many external lights
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The rear of the Inkas TitanDS
The rear doors are heavily armored – emphasis on heavy
The rear of the truck can hold upto 10 people.
A machine gun or rocket launcher can be mounted up here
The Inkas TitanDS rides on run-flat tires that can be driven on for 50km (31mi) after being shot
There are remotes to control the truck's many external lights
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But most impressive is the movable turret on top of the vehicle which you can climb up into to shoot a machine gun or rocket launcher.

Seriously – this thing is badass.

Back to safety, though, there are escape hatches in the roof as well.

An air purifying system and fresh oxygen supply are also optionally available on the TitanDS for extra protection.

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Three-point harnesses are standard on all seats, ensuring everyone in the unit is firmly strapped in.

To ensure some familiarity, it still has the standard Ram 5500 dashboard.

The standard Cummins diesel engine from the Ram is tuned up and fitted with dual fuel tanks to give it 800km (497mi) range.

The SWAT truck is a total beast.

Supercar Blondie’s Alex Hirschi recently took it for a spin in the Dubai desert.

Check out our full video review in the YouTube clip at the top of the page.

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