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The most popular heist getaway vehicles. Image by Dodge.

The most popular heist getaway vehicles
Check out what we reckon are the ultimate getaway vehicles.
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Stuck in our mundane everyday jobs, there probably isn't one of us who hasn't dreamed about pulling off a heist that would mean we'd never have to work again. Maybe rob one of the world's wealthiest casinos? You've probably planned yours right down to the very vehicle you'd escape in. If not, Galacasino.com has compiled a list you might want to consider.

Eurocopter X3
Top of the list would have to be the Eurocopter X3, a hybrid-helicopter that can fly at speeds of around 300mph. Just imagine taking off from the top of the Bellagio casino with a few million dollars on the passenger seat. Powered by two 2,270hp Rolls-Royce engines, you could make it to Mexico before anyone knew the money was missing.

Eurocopter X3

Conquest Knight XV
The bullet-proof body and windows are of instant appeal if trying to escape by land. Add in a 6.8-litre engine, 400hp, 678Nm of torque, a 180-litre fuel tank and run-flat ballistic tyres and you've actually got a chance. Large cargo area means you can carry plenty of loot, and it comes multi-media equipped so whoever plays you in the movie of your life can be listening to a pumping soundtrack as they do so.

Conquest Knight XV

SMS Dodge Challenger 570
If arriving and leaving in style is just as important as getting away, then this Steve Millen Supercar has to be your heist vehicle of choice. A supercharged engine provides 500hp and probably enough torque to rip the doors off an average bank vault.

SMS Dodge Challenger 570


BRABUS Mercedes Benz Viano
If the A-Team robbed casinos then you'd expect BA to be jumping out of one of these sometime soon. It's been referred to as a "mobile multimedia office with sports car performance" and, with flat-screen monitors and boardroom seating, it's easy to see why. Also has a 5.0-litre V8 engine, 420hp, 620Nm of torque, optional bullet-proof panels (yes please!), a top speed of 152mph and enough room to get a night's winnings from the Luxor in.

BRABUS Mercedes Benz Viano

Buckshot Racing X2R
Think robbing a casino, think Las Vegas, think escaping across the Nevada desert before some mobster buries you alive under part of it - then think the Buckshot Racing X2R. Whatever car you think is fast on the road, this baby will probably be faster than it on sand! It puts out 1,400hp, and its raised shock absorbers means very little can get in its way.

Buckshot Racing X2R

Paul McShane - 24 Sep 2013


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