Celebrities pay up to 7 figures a year to secure their homes from crazed fans and overly zealous paparazzi. Now, many are making sure their cars can protect them from dangers as well.
Some celebrities pay up to 7 figures a year to secure their homes from crazed fans and overly zealous paparazzi. Now, many are making sure their cars can protect them from dangers as well.
Several high profile deaths of famous and Hollywood-affiliated people shot in their cars, as well as the widening income gap are mentioned as motivating factors.
Regardless of the reasons behind the purchase, shoppers have plenty of options.
Topping the list in both the price and mass categories is Dartz Motorz Prombron Iron Diamond.
Costing about 1.2 million dollars, the military-grade luxury SUV is not only bullet-proof, but comes with video parking assist.
Those who prefer a sedan can opt for BMW’s security-enhanced 7 series. In addition to being armored, it comes with a ventilation feature that protects against chemical weapon attacks.
Mercedes Benz and Bentley also offer versions of their autos that are impervious to gun fire.
For people preferring a car that doesn’t ship with an armored option, custom services can transform just about any vehicle into a safe haven.
One company will even add electronic pulse producing sensors to the handles to ward off carjackers and aggressive paparazzi.