66.7% would pay N99.4m for an armored Maybach

The first ever armored 2016 Mercedes-Maybach S600 has been warmly received by Pulse Readers.

first ever armored 2016 Mercedes-Maybach S600

On the 3rd of this month, Pulse Nigeria reported that a firm had created the first ever armored 2016 Mercedes-Maybach S600.

According to INKAS, “a high level of ballistic protection" has been added, which makes the luxury sedan perfect for "potentially at-risk heads of state, paranoid billionaires, and world-famous rappers with lotta enemies.”

INKAS's armored Maybach goes for $500,000 (N99.4m) while the unarmored vehicle's price tag is N50m.

Readers were asked for their opinion.

66.7% said they would N99.4m for the armored vehicle while 33.3% voted against paying that much.

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