We thought for sure this was a student concept rendering, and were shocked to learn it's an actual production car (albeit in limited run at just 100 units). A Canadian company called Conquest Vehicles, which manufactures "ultra-luxurious, fully armored, handcrafted sport utility vehicles" is producing the military-inspired Knight XV seen here.
The massive, nearly ten-ton vehicle was built from the ground up using high-grade steel, "ballistic aluminum" and other fun compounds; the doors are so heavy they require special hinges to support the extra weight. The gas tank holds a mere 63 gallons, though the company offers a larger tank as an upgrade, presumably in case you're looting an Iraqi oil field.
The vehicle comes standard with both front- and rear-facing nightvision cameras—each with their own screen, natch—and there are 007-esque security options on offer: A smokescreen can be deployed from the vehicle's side and rear, there's an under-vehicle-magnet detector in case someone's slapped a bomb under there, and you can add external listening microphones, in case you can't hear what that guy in the ski mask is saying through the bulletproof glass.
On the luxury end, the inside is kitted out with the expected leather, wool and suede; on top of that there are laptop stations and options like a flatscreen TV with an XBox or Playstation 3 (why not divert yourself by playing Call of Duty while your driver is busy evading real gunmen?).
One thing that might not be obvious from the photos is just how LARGE this thing is. See the photo below for comparison.
So how much will a vehicle like this set you back? It's irrelevant. If you have to ask, you can't afford it.