- BRV-O (Blast Resistant Vehicle Off Road)
BRV-O (Blast Resistant Vehicle Off Road)
Builder: AM General LLC
Notable: Introduced this May in Detroit, the BRV-O features a 3.2-liter V-6 that produces 300 horsepower and 500 pound-feet of torque. Completely configurable to whatever the military needs, the BRV-O also includes a self-leveling suspension, a variety of armaments and armor.
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- JLTV Eagle
Builder: AM General and General Dynamics Land Systems
Notables: Square body and big wheels make a vehicle ready for nearly every terrain. Few details have been released about the Eagle, though its builder recently announced it had a right-hand driver JLTV that will under go testing in Australia.
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- L-ATV (Light Combat Tactical All Terrain Vehicle)
L-ATV (Light Combat Tactical All Terrain Vehicle)
Builder: Oshkosh Defense
Notables: The L_ATV offers a diesel-electric hybrid version, extreme off road capabilities including 20-inches of wheel travel and a scalable protection system depending on the environment.
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- Lockheed JLTV
Builder: Lockheed Martin Corp.
Notables: The family of JLTV built by Lockheed share a multitude of parts and pieces including trailers. Lockheed has already successfully transported these vehicles via helicopter and claims to have more than 160,000 miles of testing on them.
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Builder: Navistar Defense
Notables: The Saratoga may resemble the current Humvee more than any other vehicle, but that’s where the similarities end. It includes a 325-horsepower V-8, can sit a four-man crew and a gunner and carry 7,200 pounds. It's compatible with multiple weapons systems and can ford up to 30-inches of water.
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Builder: BAE Systems Inc., with Northrop Grumman Corp. and Meritor Defense
Notables: The Valanx will be powered by Ford Motor Co.’s 6.7-liter Powerstroke V-8 diesel engine. Its configurable constructions means it can easily be shifted from one area to another. It’s fully armored and can carry a number of weapon systems.
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