LEXUS LX 570

Der luxuriöse Lexus LX 570 wird von TRASCO mit der höchsten Schutzstufe VR6 (B6-zertifiziert) bis hin zu STANAG Stufe II und B7 nach den neuen ballistischen Richtlinien gepanzert. Der Lexus LX 570 ist die zweite Generation dieses SUV, die von TRASCO umgebaut wird.

Seit dem Start mit dem LX 470 im Jahr 2004 hat TRASCO diesen High-End-SUV für Privatkunden auf der ganzen Welt umgebaut.

Panzerung

Threat

Testlevel according to
VPAM APR 2006

Classification by
PM 2007 (PM)    
BRV 2009 (VR)

Stanag 4569
AEP 55 (level)

Comparable to*                        
DIN EN 1063 (BR),          
DIN EN 1522/23 (FB),      
BRV 1999 (VR)          

Type of Weapon

Calibre

Type of bullet          

Testcondition

Standoff (m)

Standard Hit Spacing

7

PM 7
VR 7

Level 1

BR 5
FB 5
VR 5

M16A2/Famas-G2

5.56 x 45mm

FJ(2)/PB/SCP(1)

10 +/- 0.5

3 shots on the vertices of a triangle @ 120 +/- 10mm

BR 6
FB 6
VR 6

M80 Ball
(M60/M14/FAL-FN)

7.62 x 51mm

FJ(1)/PB/SC

   

( B6+ not classified)

M16A1/Famas-G1 (M193)

5.56 x 45mm

FJ(2)/PB/SC

8

PM 8
VR 8

Level 2

 

BZ-API
(AK-47)

7.62 x 39mm

FJ(1)/PB/HCI(1)

10 +/- 0.5

3 shots on the vertices of a triangle @ 120 +/- 10mm

20mm FSP

20mm

Fragment

10 +/- 0.5

1 shot in center of panel

9

PM 9
VR 9

 

BR 7
FB 7
VR 7

M61-AP
(M60/M14/FAL-FN)

7.62 x 51mm

FJ(2)/PB/HC(1)

10 +/- 0.5

3 shots on the vertices of a triangle @ 120 +/- 10mm

Fahrwerk

LEXUS LX 570

The TRASCO LX570 is equiped with heavy duty shock absorbers, springs and swaybars, which keep the automatic hight control working. Reinforced body mounts are placed between body and chassis for more driving stability.

Bremsen

Special manufactured heavy duty discs, calipers and pads keep the brake performance and reduces the fading for all time safe deceleration despite the increased weight of the armored vehicle.

Reifen und Felgen

Special tires with a higher loadindex, up to 1550kg, with on- and offroad capabilities are mounted on the TRASCO LX 570.

Rims with a proofen payload including a runflat system for emergency driving with a puncture, up to a range of 15km with 50km/h, are standard.