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Coco Martin Just Bought Possibly the Most Badass 4x4 In The Country

He looks like an elf beside that tank.
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Are there any Ang Probinsyano fans reading this? Yeah, we could use some help. Coco Martin, who plays Ricardo Dalisay in the hit ABS-CBN TV show, recently took to Instagram to show off a new ride, and we're not sure if it's from set or an addition to his personal garage.

The vehicle in question is an Inkas Sentry Armored Personnel Carrier—one of the most badass vehicles on the face of the planet. It runs on a 6.7-liter diesel V8 engine capable of 362hp and sips fuel out of a 151-liter tank. It's four-wheel-drive, of course, and is capable of withstanding ammunition from high-powered rifles and hand grenades.

This thing is a beast. But is it his? We already know that the dude has a passion for big, burly off-roaders—like his intimidating, camouflage-covered Toyota FJ Cruiser and Brabus G63—but to go all out and splurge on what's practically a tank might be a stretch for him. You can practically run over small cars with this thing.

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We doubt we'll be seeing the actor dispersing crowds or ferrying police teams anytime soon, at least not in real life anyway. Our guess? This is from the set of Ang Probinsyano. What's yours?

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This story originally appeared on Topgear.com.phMinor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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