This $US2 million SUV is bulletproof and cut like a diamond -- look inside

Facebook/Karlmann KingThis IAT-designed Karlmann King starts at $US2 million.

  • The Karlmann King SUV was designed in Beijing by IAT Automobile Technology and shown at the Dubai International Motor Show in late 2017.
  • The luxury car is fully equipped with a high-end entertainment system, including a PlayStation 4 gaming system.
  • It’s priced at a minimum of $US2 million, but the price goes up if you choose to customise it with features like armoured bodywork.

The custom-designed Karlmann King SUV is priced at a whopping $US2 million.

The car includes luxury features such as Hi-Fi sound, private safes, widescreen TVs, phones, and a refrigerator. It also includes features like a coffee maker and a PlayStation 4 gaming system. For an additional cost, it can even be customised with armoured bodywork.

Design director Luciano D’Ambrosio described his creation as a “piece of art.” Take a look at the luxury SUV, which is based on a Ford F-550 commercial truck:


The Karlmann King SUV was designed by China-based IAT and is based on a Ford F-550 commercial truck.


The exterior of the car is cut like a diamond.


It’s bulletproof, can withstand temperatures between -40 degrees and 200 degrees Fahrenheit, has four-wheel drive, and can go up to 87 mph.


The interior is just as extravagant …

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… and can be customised in an array of colours.

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It has a starry ceiling, mood lighting, widescreen TV, and a refrigerator.


It also has a coffee maker and dish set …


… and a champagne bottle-holder.


It starts at a base price of $US2 million.

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