Sunday, July 21, 2024

Ukrainian designer unveils next-gen armored combat vehicle concept

Ukrainian professional designer with over 15 years of experience has unveiled a next-generation armored combat vehicle concept.

Denis Silich design and development engineer has developed a new concept of a modular armoured combat vehicle.

New combat vehicle represents a class of vehicles that are designed to feature a high degree of protection to enhance troop survivability.


“The vehicle is designed for the transport of personnel, as well as for the installation of various target equipment or weapon systems,” – Denis Silich said.

The concept of a new vehicle provides multifunction at the battlefield and can be configured in various models to support a wide range of military, counter-terrorism and police operations and has the off-road capability to cope with some of the most difficult terrains.

The hull of the new vehicle consists of armor steel and combined armor increased mine protection.

Future vehicle will give soldiers unrivalled tactical capabilities by being networked to other military assets while also being able to drive in all weather conditions, day and night. This is thanks to systems which give the warfighter real-time situational awareness on the battlefield and unrivalled command and control capabilities.

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