Raptor II

A member of the B6 level, armoured using materials, both opaque and transparent, that meet or exceed the requirements of the European CEN 1522/23 and CEN 1063 standards to the level FB6 for opaque areas and BR6 for transparent areas.

This vehicle is equipped to meet the following needs:


  • Large Volume
  • Multiple Branch Service
  • Combat-Ready Full Armour Protection

All four sides of the passenger compartment and the roof of the vehicle are
protected using high-quality armour steel and glass defeating 7.62x51mm M80 Nato Ball ammunition (U.S. NIJ level III, CEN level FB6/BR6) and 5.56×45 SS109 ammunition (CEN level FB5/BR5 and FB6/BR6) at 0° incidence (90° to the surface) and 10m range according to CEN1063 and CEN1522.

All materials used in the production of the cabin were successfully tested against projectiles and explosives by independent laboratories. Test reports can be presented upon request or during a factory visit. The armouring of the vehicle provides protection against a wide range of projectiles and explosives.

Armouring Design

The armouring is integrated with the vehicle’s structure and is self-supporting so as to avoid excessive stress on the vehicle’s original structure. The armouring around the driver’s position is fitted with large flat ballistic glass in order to maximize the driver’s field of vision.

The interior armour-frame provides overlap for the large-surface armour components such as the door armour-plates and the windows.

Hinge mounting points are reinforced both in the pillars and in the doors where applicable in a way that the armouring of the door is supported by the armouring of the pillar.

Heavy-duty hinges with in-built door stop. All doors are fitted with electronically-controlled interlocking high-security safety locks.

Additional manual bolt-locks on all doors.

Fuel-tank, battery and ECU protected with steel armour-plates.