Ultimate Safety, Thoroughly Pursued

The ARMORED LEXUS is a special protection (bulletproof/blastproof) vehicle based on TOYOTA’s finest passenger car, the Lexus. Achieving both the distinguished basic functions and advanced environmental performance required in next-generation luxury cars, the LEXUS has further evolved based on Securico ARMORING technology.

Developed for the embassies, governmental organizations, and political and financial VIPs of each country, the ARMORED LEXUS is equipped with advanced protection that protects passengers from military assault-rifle shots and explosions, though you wouldn’t know it from its outer appearance.


With many variations available, the provided protection level and special equipment can be selected according to your country, region, and security situation.

Street Crime (B-4 Hand Gun)
VIP & Anti-kidnapping (B-4 Hand Gun)
Government, Military, Police, Ambassador (B-6 Assault rifle)
Conflict areas, Government spec + Explosion proof (B-6 Assault rifle+ Explosion DM51)

❶ LEXUS(LS460L) bulletproof specification vehicle
❷ LEXUS luxury equipment
❸ Front door with bulletproof specifications
❹ Ballistic protection process is applied to a door using “Dyneema” ultra-lightweight bulletproof fiber
❺ Ballistic protection process is applied to a bulkhead

Special Bulletproof Body
Special armored panels are fitted between the body and the interior in roof panels, front panels, pillars, seat backs, and doors.

Armored Glass
Penetration by rounds is prevented with the most advanced curved bulletproof armored glass incorporating polycarbonate layers. To ensure that external appearance remains unchanged, new glass is manufactured with the same curvature as the original, and laminated with special intermediate and polycarbonate layers. The absolute requirement for armored glass is that it stop ultra-high velocity rounds, while at the same time absorbing the kinetic energy of the rounds to ensure that no fragments are formed within the vehicle.

Securico’s armored glass exceeds US Department of Justice NIJ-IIIA standards for bullet protection (handgun level), and can further provide protection against the high initial-velocity and high-penetration Tokarev pistol rounds (FMJ), and the even higher penetration steel-jacketed rounds (MSJ). Securico has also developed thinner and lighter bulletproof glass jointly with the glass manufacturer. Bulletproof glass is considerably heavier than ordinary glass, with consequent problems of raising and lowering windows, and related malfunctions. Securico employs its own unique solutions to this problem, resulting in reliable vertical motion of powder window by motor.
Composite Armor
Avoiding an increase in weight of the vehicle is essential when adding armor. Resin-based aramid fiber materials are therefore formed to the curves of the vehicle and fitted on the inside of the doors and body. These materials offer considerable savings in weight in comparison with metallic armor, and are able to accommodate the body shape of the vehicle.
This composite armor, and explosion-protection panels fitted in the floor, prevent entry into the vehicle of blast and fragments from hand grenades and anti-personnel mines.
Bulletproof and Blastproof Batteries
Impact of rounds on a battery normally results in leakage of the electrolyte, with a rapid drop in voltage, and consequent immediate stopping of the engine. Batteries in Securico armored vehicles are of the dry cell type, rather than the conventional wet cell batteries employing electrolyte. Dry batteries maintain voltage and power output over long period of time, and may be turned upside down without ill-effect. The special structure of the electrodes inside these batteries ensures a stable power output even when subjected to bullets, and the blast and shock effects of explosives.
Combat Tanks (optional)
Special military-standard fuel tanks to withstand the impact of rounds without explosion, and to self-seal if penetrated, are available (for export only).
Run Guard System
The Run Guard System employs wheels permitting continued movement of the vehicle despite punctured tires. The system has received high praise in the US and Europe.
Punctures at the scene of the crime, and in the event of an attack, are a definite possibility, and the efficacy of the Run Guard System becomes clear in such emergencies. The Run Guard spinner ensures that the tire retains its shape, permitting emergency escape from the scene. The spinner does not normally contact the tire, and thus normal ride is maintained.
A Range of Security Systems
A range of security systems, including theft prevention, emergency alarm, wireless engine immobilizer, are fitted to the vehicle.
The primary security systems necessary for the vehicle are those designed to prevent theft of the vehicle itself, and to prevent attachment of explosive devices and oscillators while the vehicle is unattended. Theft of the armored vehicle before use, and consequent use of an unarmored vehicle, facilitates the task of the attacker and is used increasingly in conflicts overseas.
The use of loud alarm sirens and strobe lights in the event of a criminal act or attack tends to catch the attacker off-guard and frustrate criminal or terrorist intentions. These devices alert those in the vicinity of an emergency, with the effect of alerting police and bringing the event to public notice.
The most important action when involved in a criminal act or attack is to leave the scene as soon as possible. The use of sirens and strobe lights is an important tool in assisting escape in such situations, and in preventing secondary accidents.

LEXUS normal car specifications

Type:90o V8, aluminum block and heads, direct and port fuel injection
Displacement:5.0 liters (303 cubic inches)
Valvetrain:Four cam, four valves per cylinder, with dual Variable Valve Timing with intelligence and Electronic intake valve timing (VVT-iE)
Electric-Drive Motor:High-output, permanent-magnet, electric-drive motor
Compression Ratio:11.8:1
Total System Horsepower:438 hp
Emission Rating:Certified Super Ultra-Low Emission Vehicle (SULEV II)

0–60 MPH Acceleration:5.5 seconds
1/4 Mile Acceleration:13.8 seconds
Top Track Speed (electronically limited):130 mph
EPA Fuel Economy Ratings (city/highway/combined):19/23/20 mpg
Aerodynamic Drag Coefficient:0.27
Turning Circle:39.4 ft

Transmission:Electronically controlled Continuously Variable Transmission (ECVT) with two-speed reduction and Snow mode
Drive Wheels:Full-time all-wheel drive (AWD) with TORSEN® limited-slip center differential
Final Drive Ratio:3.916:1

Suspension (front): Independent upper and lower multi-link double joint suspension arms, air springs with integrated monotube shock absorbers and stabilizer bar
Suspension (rear):Independent multi-link double joint suspension arms, air springs with integrated monotube shock absorbers and stabilizer bar
Adjustable Suspension:Height-adjustable Adapative Variable Air Suspension (AVS) with electronically modulated damping
Steering:Variable Gear-Ratio Steering (VGRS), 2.3-3.7 turns lock-to-lock
Brakes:Four-wheel power-assisted disc brakes with Electonic Controlled Braking (ECB), four-sensor, four-channel Anti-lock Braking System (ABS), Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD), Brake Assist [7] and regenerative braking function
Brake Size:14.1-in front, 13.2-in rear ventilated discs
Wheels and Tires:19 x 8.0-in seven-spoke alloy wheels with 245/45VR19 all-season tires [8]
Wheels and Tires (available):18 x 7.5-in 10-spoke alloy wheels with 235/50VR18 all-season tires

Body / Dimensions
Type:Five-passenger hybrid premium luxury sedan
Type (available):Available four-passenger premium configuration
Construction:Welded-steel unibody
Overall Length:203.9 in (5,180 mm)
Width:73.8 in (1,875 mm)
Height:58.3 in (1,480 mm)
Wheelbase:121.7 in (3,090 mm)
Curb Weight:5,203 lb (2,360 kg)
Fuel-Tank Capacity:22.2 gal (84 L)
Headroom:38.0/37.9 in (965/963 mm) (front/rear)
Shoulder Room:58.5/56.3 in (1,487 /1,432 mm) (front/rear)
Hip Room:55.4/55.5 in (1,407/1,410 mm) (front/rear)