Latvian company Dartz Motorz renamed the Prombron Black Alligator MMXX SUV to the Iron Diamond MMXXII and added armored clothing to the list of standard equipment – a hoodie or tuxedo. And they are protected by the same GBOL technology as the car itself, that is, using a “sandwich” plate of three types of composite armor.
The Dartz Prombron Black Alligator MMXX is the first civilian vehicle with GBOL armor technology, previously available only to the military. The “sandwich” of three types of composite armor made it possible to keep the weight of the car within the limits of the donor Mercedes-Maybach GLS, and according to some reports, even made it a little lighter.
Now the car has returned its historic name – Prombron Iron Diamond MMXXII. The old one referred to the Sikorsky attack helicopters, but now such associations are more detrimental to a business than beneficial. Darts already used the name Diamond in 2010 for off-road vehicles based on the T-98 Combat, so in general, continuity is preserved.
Under the hood of the Iron Diamond is a V8 4.0 Biturbo engine from GLS (558 hp and 730 Nm). It can be boosted by 100-300 horsepower to improve acceleration dynamics. There are side-view cameras hidden in the “fenders” on the hood, handles with stun guns in the door trim, and the armored trunk door has a compartment for a mini-bar.
It is also proposed to equip the SUV with a safe by Teitelbaum Panzerschrank Manufacturer with biometric protection, where you can store valuables and weapons. Special mention should be made of the audio system – a Metaxas & Sins reel-to-reel tape recorder.
But still, the main feature of the Prombron Iron Diamond MMXXII is something else. Dartz offered its customers armored clothing for the first time. You can choose a hoodie with a GBOL plate under an alligator leather insert or a tuxedo for formal events that can withstand a hit from 9×19 millimeter bullets.