Dartz Black Alligator MMXX revealed

Dartz Black Alligator MMXX revealed

This latest creation from a wacky Latvian car maker could be the most tasteless vehicle ever created and needs to be seen to be believed.

This could be the world’s most crass SUV.

The latest creation from Latvian car maker Dartz, dubbed the Prombron Black Alligator MMXX Black Tiger Lunar edition, is the ultimate armoured luxury land yacht.

Based on the Mercedes-AMG GLS, the Black Alligator MMXX turns the obnoxious dial all the way up to 10.

Part tank, part SUV, it’s designed for the world’s most anxious dictators and drug lords.

There are multiple biometrically accessed storage units in the vehicle, which Dartz says is ideal for keeping guns, money or cigars.

Nosy passers by and would-be thieves are in for a nasty surprise, as the door handles have been designed to deliver an electric shock when armed.

For those that want to avoid having their picture taken there is a splash-light cannon to ruin paparazzi photos.

The Black Alligator MMXX ditches conventional side mirrors for digital cameras that have been incorporated into the armoured hull.

Dartz says this is to stop the loss of vision when the side mirrors are shot out.

It can be optioned with electrochromic bulletproof windows which change from clear to opaque by applying an electrical current through them

The V8 powered SUV also has eight exhaust pipes, one for each cylinder. Dartz hasn’t revealed its exact engine but it uses a supercharged 6.2-litre Hellcat V8 producing 745kW in one of its other creations.

Dartz has removed most digital screens from the Mercedes donor car and replaced them with analog dials and clocks. One screen has been retained for satnav. display The dash is loaded with gold and can be optioned to include diamonds.

Inside there are a range of materials used including alligator, shark and stingray skin.

This isn’t the first time that Dartz has made an outrageous vehicle. One of its creations appeared in the 2012 movie The Dictator featuring Sacha Baron Cohen.

And the company also has a history of using out-there animal skins for interiors. In 2009 the company revealed a special edition of its $1.6m Prombron Monaco Red Diamond Edition armoured SUV — with interior trim of whale penis leather.

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Author: Shirley