FEINDEF 2021: UROVESA has developed the VAMTAC LTV new 4x4 light tactical vehicle


The Spanish Company URO Vehículos Especiales (UROVESA) S.A presents the 4x4 VAMTAC LTV (Light Tactical Vehicle) at FEINDEF 2021, International Defense Exhibition that was held in Spain. This vehicle is the smallest brother of the VAMTAC 4x4 High Mobility Tactical Vehicles.


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Spanish Company UROVESA presents its VAMTAC LTV Light Tactical Vehicle at FEINDEF 2021, Defense Exhibition in Spain. (Picture source Army Recognition)


Originally, the URO VAMTAC was developed by the Spanish company URO, Vehiculos Especiales S.A. to meet the requirements of the Spanish military for a multipurpose, air-portable, high mobility off-road vehicle with good payload capacity.

The VAMTAC LTV (Light Tactical Vehicle) has been developed by UROVESA to complete the wide range of this independent suspension platform, with a light vehicle capable of developing tactical and logistic functions.

The VAMTAC LTV is based on a pickup design with the engine at the front, the crew in the middle, and a cargo area at the rear. The body is made of aluminum to reach a weight of 3,500 kg for the non-armored version. It has a maximum payload capacity of 1,000 kg. The vehicle is fitted with a single or a double cabin able to accommodate up to five people.

The VAMTAC LTV is a 4x4 light tactical vehicle using independent suspension with a 2-speed transfer case. The vehicle can be fitted with different types of engines but the standard version is motorized with a Euro 3 engine developing 150 hp. With its special driveline with 100% mechanical locking system together with the high power/weight ratios and its large ground clearance allowing the LTV exceeds the performance of most existing light-duty 4x4 vehicles.

At FEINDEF 2021, the roof of the VAMTAC LTV was fitted with a light remotely operated weapon station armed with one 7.62mm machine gun. Today, combat vehicles, as well as non-combat vehicles, need to be equipped with weapon stations to increase protection against ambush attacks. Tactical and logistic convoys have become privileged targets on the new battlefields. 


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