If you are like me, you might be wondering how much it costs to bulletproof a car. By now, everybody (and their mom) has about Tesla’s new bulletproof cat called the Tesla Cybertruck. However if you have have been living under a rock and have no clue as to what a Cybertruck is, then you can catch up here, here, here, here, here, and…you get the idea. The most memorable aspect of the Tesla Cybertruck unveiling was it’s bulletproof capabilities effectively demonstrated by Franz taking a sledge hammer to the doors. Another aspect of the Tesla Cybertruck’s bulletproof feature was the “Unbreakable Windows” which actually broke twice during the live demonstration and became a meme to this day, living forever of T-Shirts, mugs, etc.
What About Us?
I’m extremely optimistic at the prospect of a mass market bulletproof vehicle. The applications are immense, from the military to police forces to pretty much anyone living in unsafe/war torn regions in Africa and South America, the Tesla Cybertruck is sure to have an abundance interest around the globe. But I had a few questions. What about us current Tesla vehicle owners? How come we didn’t get a bulletproof car? How can we get our bulletproof game up? How much does it cost to bulletproof a car? So not wanting to feel left out, I decided to take matters into my own hands and make my Tesla Model X bulletproof…or rather, ‘Bulletproof-ish’. I created a bulletproof vest that is designed to be concealed until needed and I’m calling it the Concealed Protect Vest.
The Concealed Protect Vest does two very unique and interesting things. The first is that it is designed to compress and fold flat for storage. The second is that it can easily be attached to any flat surface like a wall, the underside of a table or desk, or in this case, the back side of the front passenger seat in my Tesla Model X. That makes my Tesla Model X in essence a bulletproof car…if you happen to be sitting behind the front passenger seat. As a matter of fact, the the Concealed Protect Vest can turn any Tesla, (or any car) into a bulletproof car. All you need to do in order to be protected during a shooting is to reach for your Concealed Protect Vest and put it on. The Concealed Protect Vest can be put on in under 6 seconds as I demonstrate in the video below.
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