Friday, November 12, 2010

Cadillac One, the Office of President Obama's Super Advanced Cars

Cadillac One

Price: 300 thousand pounds, or approximately USD 4.2 billion

Width: 18 feet or 5.5 m
Height: 5 feet 10 inches, or 1.8 m
Engine: 6.5 liter
Fuel: Diesel
Fuel consumption: approximately 8 miles per gallon or 3.4 km per liter
Maximum speed: 60 mph or around 97 km / h
Acceleration 0-60 mph: 15 seconds

Made of five-inch steel plate that is designed to be resistant to bomb placed at the bottom of the car

The combination of steel, aluminum, titanium, and ceramic that will withstand a variety of projectiles from carbon copies

Driver's presidency has been trained by the CIA to be able to drive a vehicle in a variety of critical circumstances

Can withstand bullets penetrating the shield (bullets designed to penetrate tank), is the only glass that can be opened for a driver still can pay the toll or to communicate with secret service agents are standing by car

Armored door as thick as eight inches and weighs as heavy as the cabin door Boeing 757 jets

Driver Compartment
Equipped with a standard steering wheel, GPS tracking systems and integrated communication system on the dashboard

Made of kevlar which is equipped with a steel belt, so antirusak and leakproof. Although it was detonated, the tire will remain strong so that the car will still be able to escape from attack

Defense Accessories
Equipped with night vision cameras, shotguns, and tear gas cannons. The car also provides blood reserves president, if at any time he needed an emergency blood transfusion

Rear Compartment
Can carry four passengers and separated by a glass partition that can only be dinaik down by President Obama. The window is more bear than the previous presidential vehicle. Panic Button button is also provided if at any time the President asks for help

Rear Seat
Chairs Obama, has various features including desktop that can be folded, laptop computer, a WiFi channel, satellite phones, and direct connections to the vice president and the Pentagon

Gas tank
Coated steel and designed specifically with foam that prevents it from exploding, although beaten by a shot or similar direct

Oxygen supply and fire fighting systems

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