BRV 2009 VR7 Toyota Land Cruiser

International Armored Group‘s armored VR7 Toyota Land Cruiser 200 Convoy® was one of the first armored vehicles in the world to be fully certified under the VPAM BRV 2009 standards to level VR7. The certification test was conducted independently by the internationally acclaimed laboratory for ballistic testing Beschussamt Mellrichstadt in Germany. The BRV 2009 standard is significantly more comprehensive than the older and out-of-date VPAM BRV 1999 VR6 test. Certified armored vehicles under the BRV2009 standards, such as IAG’s VR7 Landcruiser Convoy®, offer superior ballistic protection and blast protection when compared to vehicles without this certification. IAG is amongst the first manufacturers in the world to obtain the VR7 certification based on the more stringent requirements of the BRV 2009 standard.

In September 2021, International Armored Group was the first company in the world to design, armor and certify the all new Toyota Land Cruiser 300 to VPAM BRV VR7 standard.

During the live fire testing procedure, the IAG Convoy® armored VR7 Toyota Land Cruiser withstood over 400 7.62x51mm and 5.56x45mm rifle rounds fired from all angles at all sides of the vehicle, including the windows, roof and rear hatch, in addition to obscure areas such as door seams, pillars, handles and other potential weak points in the armoring.