[Report Description]Global Armored Vehicles Market is valued approximately at USD 11.05 billion in 2019 and is anticipated to grow with a healthy growth rate of more than 5.7% over the forecast period 2020-2027. Demand for armored vehicles on the global market has risen due to developments in the defense industry in several regions. The involvement of various major entities in the security sector of a country requires the availability of upgraded arms and equipment. Several modern and upgraded armored vehicles have been built mainly for defense across the world. The need for better combat intelligence has also created a plethora of prospects in the global market for armored vehicles. This vehicle has an important role to play in maintaining the reputation of the defense industries. It is also fair to assume that armored vehicles are an integral component of the national defense industries. The region's national growth and prosperity is enshrined in the strengthening of its defense industry. For this cause, government have invested extensively in the enhancement of defense technology around their jurisdictions. There is a strong demand for armored vehicles in various countries, and this has led to the development of the global industry. Improved relations between defense manufacturing regions have also contributed to the development of global armored vehicles. Growing demand for armored vehicles due to an increase in cross-border conflicts and an increase in the occurrence of asymmetrical warfare worldwide are main factors driving the development of the market for armored vehicles. However, the absence of large OEMs for armored vehicles in the Middle East and Asia Pacific regions and the occurrence of electronic, electrical and other forms of failures in armored vehicles are expected to impede the growth of the industry. Governments in different countries are growing military spending and the national defense budget, which in turn has an impact on the development of the global demand for armored vehicles. For example, military spending in countries such as Algeria, Angola and Sudan decreased by about 6.1%, 18% and 49% respectively from 2017 to 2018. Moreover, Saudi Arabia and France reported a substantial decrease in military spending of 6.5 per cent and 1.4 per cent and a fall in their rating in terms of military spending. As a result, a reduction in national defense and military spending is likely to impede the development of the demand for armored vehicles.