Wednesday, February 28, 2024

STREIT Group unveils Python LAMV at exhibition in Paris

The STREIT Group, a company specialising in the design and manufacture of armoured vehicles, has unveiled a Python LAMV armored personnel carrier at the Milipol 2017 exhibition in Paris.

The new STREIT’s vehicle is one of best options in all-terrain range vehicle developed on the Toyota platform base. Python LAMV can to tackle the most challenging of terrains and transport the crew safely to their destination.

Python LAMV  can be deployed for various missions, peace keeping operations and convoy escort, the vehicle offers excellent protection against both ballistic and blast threats with crew compartment protection.

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Specifications:

  • Dimensions- W – 1,953mm | L – 5,189mm | H – 2,165mm
  • Engine Type – 4.0L V6 Gas / 4.5 L V8 Turbo Diesel
  • Transmission – OEM 5-Speed Manual
  • Horsepower – 170KW/228HP & 200KW/268HP
  • Fuel Capacity – 180L Dual tank
  • Wheelbase – 2,850mm
  • Seats – 10 = 2 + 8
  • Armoring Level -CEN Level B6

The vehicle can carry a crew of 8 including driver and commander. Python has the capability to carry troops, equipment or both.

Python ensures the security of its crew while being able to recover to safety in the event of a hostile attack with its standard armoring specifications of CEN B6. Python is best fit for the usage and operable as an urban and semi-rural patrolling and as a reconnaissance vehicle.

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