Vehicle utilizes a track-and-wheel arrangement to provide enhanced cross-country travel capability.
A modern tank quality, this vehicle sports its main armament in a single turret.
Traversable Main Armament
Armament is situated in a traversing component, allowing for all-around engagement of enemy threats.
Main weapon has an integral recoil mechanism, allowing the system to remain trained-on-target after firing.
A modern quality, onboard systems provide accuracy to primary armament allowing for firing on-the-move.
The main gun system includes an autoloading feature that reduces the crew commitment.
Design includes such features as a track-link system or high ground clearance to better traverse offroad.
Angled armor at key facings adds inherent ballistics protection to the vehicle.
Enhanced Armor Protection
Protection is enhanced by way of additional armor being installed over that of standard levels; plate steel for older designs and reactive armor for modern types.
Additional protection to the upper track reaches and roadwheels is achieved by way of addon armored skirts along the sides of the hull.
Crew is provided (either as standard or optional) protection against Nuclear-Biological-Chemical agents for enhanced survivability in contaminated zones.
Vehicle has capability to self-generate a smoke screen, either through launched grenades or built-in engine funtion (raw fuel injection).
Crew has access to night-vision equipment, allowing for low-light or night time operations.
Anti-Aircraft / Air-Defense Capable
System is given an anti-aircraft defense component to protect itself from low-flying aerial threats at range.
Onboard solution provides ability to neutralize armored or fortified targets at range through missile or penetrating ballistic weapons.
Vehicle features an in-built anti-infantry capability for local defense of the vehicle or general troop suppression.