Manufacturers of armoured vehicles create innovative cars impress not only with the level of protection they provide, but also their appearance and functionality. It is hardly surprising that more and more people are fascinated by these types of cars. And the richest customers can afford to buy them.
As a child growing up in the small Scottish town of Dumfries, Moray Callum, Ford’s vice president of design, was obsessed with cars. He plastered his room with brochures and posters he gathered by writing to car companies near and abroad. Still, Moray had never seen the legendary Ford Mustang, other than a glimpse of it in the Bond movie Goldfinger, until the day he attended some car races outside Edinburgh.