If you already have a mrx m110 and you’re running two SA 12's, I would not be concerned about adding another MRX M110 class D amp to the your vehicles electrical system.
I would be concerned about the ohm load of the SA 12's.
A DVC of 2 ohms can be 4 ohms in series or 1 ohm in parallel.
One SA12 with 2 ohm DVC in parallel will cause problems for one MRX M110.
However, if you ran two SA12 with 2 ohm DVC in parallel and then put the two 1 ohm loads in series, you get a 2 ohm load at one MRX M110. Something it should be able to handle, producing 1100 watts (550 watts per sub).
If you wired the SA12 2 ohm DVC in series for 4 ohms at one MRX M110, it should produce 650 watts per sub. So about a 200 watt increase on the system.
A DVC of 4 ohms can be 8 ohms in series or 2 ohm in parallel.
The MRX M110 should be able to handle both cases.
The 4 ohm DVC wired to 2 ohm produces 1100 watts from one MRX M110.
About 1550 to 1100 watt increase on the system.
Or two SA 12's with 4 ohm DVC wired to 2 ohms in series for 4 ohms at the amp, producing 650 watts from one amp (325 watts per sub). You don't want to do 2 ohm in parallel (1 ohm mono).
The 4 ohm DVC wired to 8 ohm produces about 325 from one MRX M110.
Or two 4 ohm DVC SA 12's wired in series for 8 ohms in parallel for 4 ohms at the amp, producing 650 watts from one amp. You don't want to do 8 ohm in series (16 ohms mono).