How does BMW sell an armored car? By shooting it dozens of times

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Earlier this week at Moscow’s International Auto Salon, BMW rolled out an armored version of its largest SUV, the X5 Security Plus. That in itself isn’t particularly interesting; a variety of automakers, particularly European ones, offer bullet-resistant cars and trucks on a regular basis. But some of BMW’s official press photos paint a striking portrait of the abuse this vehicle is capable of withstanding.

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