It took a few years for J.R. Smith to become a licensed driver again after a deadly accident in 2009. Now that he's back behind the wheel of a car...he is no longer content with a mere car. From Page Six:
Smith, who’s recovering after surgery on his left knee in the off-season, rolled up to Meatpacking District restaurant Catch on Thursday night in a Gurkha F5, which is made by Toronto-based Terradyne Armored Vehicles and used by police and the military. Smith parked the oversize truck, worth about $450,000, on the street while he dined inside.
A Gurkha F5 looks something like what you see above. That thing should keep J.R. safe from all the, ya know, grenades and stuff one encounters in Manhattan.