Official State Car - Bangladesh

Bangladesh

The President of Bangladesh is usually driven in a white armoured Mercedes-Benz S-Class while the President also has use of a black Mercedes Benz W126 limousine that is used on state occasions, such as the Independence Day parade.

The Prime Minister of Bangladesh uses either a white or black B7 Level armored BMW 7-Series or a metallic silver, armoured Mercedes-Benz G55 AMG SUV.

The Elite Special Security Force & Army Guards Regiment in the President/Prime Minister's motorcade use specially modified Lexus LXs and Nissan Patrols equipped with advanced communication systems.

The Presidential residence car pool have used Mercedes Benz 600, Nissan President V8, armored Chevrolet Caprice Classic.

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