Don't worry it probably costs 5x just as much. However it is probably 10xs more tactical. And 15x more tacticool. And 20x more freedom. and is particularly a better automobile than ...
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- Don't worry it probably costs 5x as much.
- But it is probably 10xs more tactical.
- And 15x more tacticool.
- And 20x more freedom.
- and is also a better vehicle than what it replaces? just a shot in the dark.
- You mean this one has been designed for the use of the current machine, and in 5 years time we'll be complaining how useless it is in it's new situation.
- in what future situation will the army not need to get places without getting blown up?
- Kinda reminds me of the humvee from C&C Renegade.
- It is indeed very similar to a humvee, which makes me worry because with the last picture I noticed that the bottom, similar to the original humvee, is completely flat. I thought the MRAP would've taught us that the v-shape is pretty much necessary.
- This video shows the bottom a little better, and it is more v-shaped.
- the one thing i see in this video that i dont love is the what looks to be air actuated suspension to keep all 4 on the floor. to me its just one more thing that can break and it pretty exspensive and timely to fix
- You know thats the first thing that came to my mind when I saw that on the rocks. What happens if that system goes? I'm sure its not an easy fix while in the field.
- exactly and i would really hope that that doesnt completely compromise the suspension system. I doubt it would but i dont know
- Well they did add a plate underneath, even though i doubt it will be enough
- Yes the experts who designed the things probably have no clue what they are doing and you should go over there right away and point all of this out to them.
- The point though is that the bottom is slanted, in the event of a landmine/ied/whatever explosion underneath the force will be redirected to both sides of the vehicle and not head on into the underside of the vehicle. Adding an extra plate to me just doesn't seem like the same thing.
- You can't tell that its slanted from the pictures? This truck has a v-bottom hull. Read more comments