Bhai Jaan recently got his hands on an imported bulletproof Nissan Patrol premium luxury SUV with a special numberplate.
The numberplate of Salman Khan’s brand-new Nissan Patrol is quite significant. The action star received death threats from gangs, after which he took strict security measures to boost his safety. He has always been spotted amidst high personal security, but lately, the safety concerns are pretty prominent. As a part of that exercise, he has added a new bulletproof Nissan Patrol to his fleet of luxury automobiles. Here are its details.
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Numberplate of Salman Khan’s Nissan Patrol
Several walkaround videos of the colossal SUV in Salman’s garage can be found online. In fact, these videos have been doing rounds on almost all social media platforms. Reportedly, Salman replaced the legendary Toyota Land Cruiser from his garage with a new Nissan Patrol, a capable 7-seater premium SUV. Unfortunately, it is not on sale in India, so he had to import it for a rumored price of around Rs 3 Crore. It bears the number 2727. This denotes his birthday, i.e. 27th December 1965.
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Although Nissan Patrol is not available in India, it has been quite a prominent product in the international markets for a long time. Its current iteration has an imposing demeanor with a modern front fascia, including a mammoth headlamp cluster with C-shaped LED DRLs, an upright bonnet, and a rugged bumper. On the sides, one gets a glimpse of the total 5.1 m length of the SUV with V8 badging on the fender and elegant alloy wheels with prominent wheel arches.
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Nissan Patrol comes powered by multiple powertrains in various international markets. But the one that Salman has comes with a 5.6-liter V8 engine that generates a massive 405 hp and 560 Nm of peak power and torque. Performing the transmission duties is a 7-speed automatic gearbox that powers all four wheels. However, the main highlight of this SUV is its B6 and B7 protection, capable of withstanding armor-piercing rounds with 78 mm thick glass. We hope that these glasses are never put to the test.
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