The Metaltech Anti-Terrorist Assault Cart looks like one tough cookie, where it was built to withstand grenade attacks, although we’re not too sure why would anyone lob a grenade on a golf course (which is another question altogether) due to the nature of a golf buggy-like design. This battery-powered Anti-Terrorist Assault Cart (Atac) costs a whopping $45,000, where you get firing ports that resemble a bulletproof golf buggy. It can move effortlessly in corridors and lifts, boasting a 6 hour battery life and a maximum speed of 25km/h. One of the safer (albeit slower) methods to get around town if you’re paranoid, eh?
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