VVIP bullet-proof armored vehicles go through rigorous testing to ensure it doesn’t fail its purpose – to provide protection from armed attack. It’s obvious, the testing isn’t possible without exactly exposing the vehicle to real metal.
The CEO of Taxas Armoring Company showed how trust-able their armored vehicles are, for which he himself sat inside a Mercedes ML-Class while a guy unleashes bullets from a AK-47 from a close range. As we are watching the video right now, no doubt, it took all the hits.
For a minute imagine they put the wrong car by mistake. If that doesn’t work for you, then they should have tried to empty whole magazine on the same spot.
Next, we would like to see a bazooka or 105 cal rounds. We don’t think the CEO would prefer to sit inside then.