Dartz Prombron Black Russian Spotted in St Petersburg

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Photo: Autogespot
Last year, we placed Dartz at the very top of our list for SUVs you should buy if you're a Russian oligarch / billionaire. And it seems that even though there's an economic crisis going on over there, one guy has listened to us and bought this Dartz Prombron Black Russian.
The matte black SUV with offroad tires and bulletproof bodywork has been spotted by an Autogespot user in the city of Saint Petersburg. Nicknamed "Venice of the North", the second largest city in Russia has some of the best classical architecture and quite a few billionaires with deep enough pockets.

Next to this setting, the Dartz SUV looks like it's getting ready for the zombie apocalypse, not a night on the town. But hey, when you've got this much presence, class doesn't really matter all that much. Unlike a Porsche Cayenne, the Dartz is an SUV even a toddler can comprehend. Prombron stands for presence, kevlar armor and a luxury interior that would rival that of a G63 AMG 6x6.

It also has bullet-proof windows all round, bullet-proof 22-inch wheels and even protection for the underbody of the car. Power comes form a a General Motors-derived 8.1-liter supercharged diesel V8 offering around 450 hp of power and 850Nm of torque (627 lb-ft).

There are also a number of of skins available on this car, including the usual crocodile and snake options. And here's a fun little fact for you, back in 2011, the same company launched the Prombron Iron.Diamond or L4P "Ladies.Only" edition which had only 3 doors and came with a matching vibrator. Does your German SUV come with that sort of experience? We think not!

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Mihnea's favorite cars have already been built, the so-called modern classics from the '80s and '90s. He also loves local car culture from all over the world, so don't be surprised to see him getting excited about weird Japanese imports, low-rider VWs out of Germany, replicas from Russia or LS swaps down in Florida.
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