Babcock completes 50th conversion of Armoured Landcruiser LC 300


Babcock recently completed the conversion of the 50th Armoured Toyota LC300 since production started in September 2022. As an actor in vehicle conversions and producing vehicle platforms for those who operate in hostile climates, Babcock’s engineering facility in the West Midlands has specialised in armoured vehicles for over 40 years.
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The Toyota Landcruiser LC300 is Babcock’s most robust civilian armoured vehicle (Picture source: Babcock)


The new Land Cruiser 300 Series was launched by Toyota in August 2021 and was a complete redesign of the outgoing 200 Series. The comprehensive whole-vehicle test regime included the vehicles successfully sustaining hundreds of ballistic impacts of varying bullet calibres, and over 21kg of explosives being detonated at varying distances to simulate a number of attacks.

Managing Director of Engineering and Systems Integration, Chris Spicer said: “The LC300 is Babcock’s most robust civilian armoured vehicle offering comprehensive protection against a range of threats that can occur across the world. The production facility in the West Midlands is scaling up the production rate to ensure we satisfy our customers' growing demand. We’re very proud to have produced vehicle number 50! Babcock is a world leader in this field, and no one is closer to our customers, delivering the capability they need, wherever they need it.”


Defense News August 2023