INKAS Armored Vehicle Manufacturing has announced a new Armoured Personnel Carrier (APC) to join its already-extensive fleet of special-purpose vehicles. This new vehicle, the HUDSON, has been specifically designed for SWAT, law enforcement, and border patrol agencies, offering a reliable as well as compact solution for secure personnel transportation.

Based on a Toyota Land Cruiser 79 platform, the vehicle ensures a high level of manoeuvrability, while securely and comfortably transporting up to eight passengers and one turret operator. Designed to serve in extreme climate conditions, the HUDSON APC has an auxiliary air conditioning system, as well as exhaust fan for quick ventilation and air re-circulation, which improves the passengers’ environment. Supported by a 4.5l diesel V8 and five-speed manual transmission, the new vehicle is characterised by a high level of off-road performance and manoeuvrability, even in crowd-control situations where clearance and mobility is limited.

In order to meet transportation regulations of various countries, the HUDSON APC is offered in both left-hand-drive as well as right-hand-drive configurations. “This highly-manoeuvrable and configurable APC can be easily custom-fitted with various technologies and systems making it a great choice for law enforcement agencies,” David Khazanski, CEO, INKAS Armored Vehicle Manufacturing, informed MT. “We are proud to provide the highest standards of quality, design and workmanship in the industry”.


The HUDSON APC is fully armoured in accordance with CEN 1063 Level BR6. In order to ensure the maximal survivability and ongoing dependable service, the vehicle’s perimeter, engine bay and key mechanical components are protected with composite light-weight armour materials. To better perform in volatile situations, the Hudson APC is equipped with a siren/PA system, removable wire mesh glass protection modules, and external view cameras that provide comprehensive situational analysis regardless of environment. (Photo: INKAS)

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