A new company called dmV has created a custom plate that can be used in conjunction with the existing armor-plating systems on a variety of vehicles.
The company claims that the shell can penetrate up to 90 percent of a vehicle’s armor plates.
While it’s possible to build these plates with a standard vehicle or a few hundred of them, the company is trying to make them compatible with other vehicles as well.
The company, which is based in Austria, says it’s building the shell to fit a variety in order to make it easier for customers to choose their own armor plates to use in their vehicles.
According to dm v, it’s able to produce plates for up to 25 vehicles at a time.
The plates are made of a solid alloy, which has a hardness of 600,000 to 775,000 and a temperature of 1,500 degrees Fahrenheit.
While the plates don’t come in every color, the companies intention is to offer a variety.
When a vehicle is hit by a vehicle, the shell will break apart and start to emit a burst of energy, causing the vehicle to take damage.
As it breaks apart, the armor on the vehicle will take the impact and damage it receives, and it will then start to shatter and shatter.
It will eventually fall apart and be destroyed by the blast, but the armor will survive the impact without damage.
This type of shell is known as a “titan” plate, and its impact energy is enough to kill a human being in less than a second.
This means that dm is able to make these plates, which are designed to withstand a wide variety of impacts.
In the future, dm hopes to offer the armor plates for sale as part of a variety, but in the meantime, it can be purchased for around $300, which may not sound like a lot, but its the first time that this type of armor has been made.
Dm v is also working on the technology to make this armor more flexible, so that it can handle the impact of a wider variety of weapons, which would be beneficial for vehicles that would be more likely to come in contact with other cars or trucks.
The company also said that they will be able to add more plates to the armor as the company expands.
One of the biggest drawbacks of these armor plates is that they are relatively bulky, but that’s a limitation of the technology that dtv is working on.
The armor plate can take up to 30 seconds to fully break apart, which means that a vehicle that is hit with a powerful weapon such as a vehicle-borne improvised explosive device or a vehicle hit by another vehicle would take significantly longer to be destroyed.
If the shell works, dt v will likely be able take orders for these plates as well, so expect to see these armor-plates soon.