Terrorists from ISIS began to lose ground in the war in Iraq and Syria. American forces, along with local troops, discover horrible things about the Inferno that these terrorists have unleashed during terrain recovery: from common graves with hundreds of victims to car parks left behind by terrorists.
A set of photos shows some of the modified cars of ISIS. They are ordinary cars transformed either in armored or in kamikaze cars meant to carry hundreds of kilograms of explosives that are then detonated with a suicidal driver on board.
We can see in these images a Kia Sportage, a second-generation Hyundai Santa Fe, and a first-generation Hyundai. Otherwise, it is not clear what cars are hiding under massive armor. But, of course, civilian cars are turned into war machines. Some are equipped with weapons, others are only armored so they will not be affected by bullets until they reach the destination, where they have to be detonated and make havoc.
These cars were tuned quickly and easily. With large pieces of thick steel sheet, covering all the exterior panels of the car. In some cases, no wheels are seen, and the driver has a small hole through which he can look forward. However, it seems that these cars have not started to be used. Maybe you wonder why these machines were not used during the fighting in Mosul?
The first and perhaps the best reason is that the engines of these vehicles are broken.
The second reason is that the armor that made them invincible to the bullets and enemy projectiles has contributed to their poor mobility and technical problems.
Fortunately, the massive front armor seems to not let the engine cool, and it glows and eventually drops. And until the terrorists managed to install other engines, the good guys came and found them in time to prevent further innocent victims.