Rezvani debunks Tesla Cybertruck’s bulletproof claims

Tesla vowed the world with the launch of its futuristic-looking Cybertruck. The all-steel body and Musk’s carefree hammer swings at the Cybertruck’s body at its launch further caused many to perceive it to be bullet-proof as well. However, when American carmaker Rezvani put this to the test, the Tesla Cybertruck could only deflect smaller fatal projectiles such as 9mm bullets from a handgun. The more lethal .223-cal rifle shot, AK-47 ammo, and 5.56 rounds proved to penetrate through the heavy stainless sheet body rendering the Cybertruck not ideal for the requirement of a bulletproof vehicle.

Enter Rezvani’s Tank tactical off-road vehicle and Vengeance luxury full-size SUV. Both are made from lightweight composite body armour mounted behind the exterior sheet metal, aiding it to procure the bulletproof tag with B6 ballistic protection accreditation. The approved protection level entails these Rezvani vehicles can fend off everything from a .22 and a .357 Magnum to 7.62 machine gun fire and penetrator rounds. Moreover, Rezvani’s glass is bulletproof to the same standard as the body armour, providing passengers with protection all around the car.

Further optional protection is also offered by Rezvani comprising center console safes and remote tire inflators. The top-spec safety is provided upon checking the Military trim level that equips B6 ballistic protection, bulletproof vests and helmets for all occupants, underbody explosive protection, a smoke screen system, run-flat tires, thermal night vision, reinforced suspension components, electrified door handles, electromagnetic pulse protection, and more.

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