The Partisan One is the brainchild of Dr. Juri E Postnikov, a Russian engineer who founded Partisan Motors. 

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Its simple design makes for easy assembly -- several of these can fit, flat-pack-style, into a shipping container.

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All those recesses are built so users can add armor plating as necessary.

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It can also accommodate V-shaped underbody armor to make it bombproof.

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Partisan One is meant to be deployed quickly to wherever it's needed. 

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Partisan claims that, with a modern diesel engine under the hood and some large fuel tanks on board, the Partisan One could have a range between about 600 and 900 miles.

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Although the company claims its body can take electric or hybrid drivetrains, too, it sounds like Partisan won't be the one supplying you with said powertrains.

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Partisan Motors makes a lofty claim that its vehicle could withstand 50 years or more in military use without requiring a replacement

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Even crazier, the company offers a 100-year warranty with the Partisan One. 100 years!

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Considering that's nearly the entire length of time that Ford has existed, I'm not necessarily feeling confident that the warranty will withstand the test of time.

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