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Meet the CEO who tests bomb-proof cars by sitting in the driver’s seat and being shot at

“Protecting the rides of presidents and other VIPs is nothing new. Franklin Roosevelt’s limousine was fitted with armour plating and bullet-proof tyres in 1941 after Japan attacked Pearl Harbour. Nor is it novel to modify expensive vehicles fresh off the production line. The mega-rich have long sought to personalise new cars with a fresh paint job or interior. But with the exception of the Aston Martin driven by James Bond in “Goldfinger” in 1964, which sported a retractable bulletproof screen, marrying luxury and safety is a new phenomenon.” (NYSE:PSO)