Streit Group unveils seven new armoured vehicles of its brand IDEX 2013 Defence Exhibition 2602132

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IDEX 2013
Tri-Service defence exhibition

17 - 21 February 2013
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

 
Streit Group at IDEX 2013
 
 
Saturday, February 23, 2013, 05:54 PM
 
Streit Group unveils seven new armoured vehicles of its brand at IDEX 2013 Defence Exhibition.
Streit Group, the world’s largest privately-owned vehicle armouring company, exhibits 15 of its armoured vehicles at IDEX 2013 defence exhibition in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Of the 15, no fewer than seven will be brand new models reflecting the sheer scale of investment that Streit Group has been making in its international R&D and production capabilities to provide both military and security personnel, as well as civilians, with the protection they need against ever-evolving threats.
     
Video CEO of Streit Group Mister Guerman Goutorov unveils seven new vehicles at IDEX 2013.
     

Guerman Goutorov, founder & CEO of Streit Group, commented: “IDEX is one of the most important defence exhibitions in the world, particularly so for Streit Group with our Head Office and our extensive production facilities in Dubai. Having so many different vehicles on show at the exhibition, including all the new models that we will be launching at the event, is clear evidence of how much we have been investing in both R&D and manufacturing in recent years. We’re looking forward to being there.”

     
The new vehicles are:

AIRCRAFT/BUILDING ASSAULT VEHICLE

Built on a Ford F-550 base, the Aircraft/Building Assault Vehicle features the most versatile vehicle-mounted hydraulically operated assault ramp system ever deployed and eliminates the need for hand-carried ladders in the majority of tactical operational situations.

Designed specifically for use by SWAT forces, it can carry a driver, team commander and up to 12 fully equipped operational personnel. Capable of rapid deployment, it can be used to execute multiple entry point rescue missions both from modern commercial aircraft and from buildings.
     
Built on a Ford F-550 base, the Aircraft/Building Assault Vehicle features the most versatile vehicle-mounted hydraulically operated assault ramp system ever deployed and eliminates the need for hand-carried ladders in the majority of tactical operational situations.
Aircraft/Building assault vehicle of Streit Group during live demonstration at IDEX 2013
     
VARAN 6x6 TACTICAL VEHICLE

The capabilities of the Varan 6x6 forward-fighting vehicle reflect its state-of-the-art design. Able to accommodate up to 10 personnel, the Varan’s 400 horse power V6 Cummins engine gives it the power to cross the most difficult and hostile terrains, including deserts. Armoured to a full STANAG 4 level, its V-shaped hull is designed to disseminate the impact of mine blasts immediately.
     
The capabilities of the Varan 6x6 forward-fighting vehicle reflect its state-of-the-art design. Able to accommodate up to 10 personnel, the Varan’s 400 horse power V6 Cummins engine gives it the power to cross the most difficult and hostile terrains, including deserts. Armoured to a full STANAG 4 level, its V-shaped hull is designed to disseminate the impact of mine blasts immediately.
Varan 6x6 APC armoured vehicle personnel carrier at Streit Group booth IDEX 2013.
     
SCORPION

The Scorpion is a fast-moving, agile MRAP armoured command vehicle with a top speed of 110 km/h. Its innovative modular design – with the engine and suspension mounted separately from the V-shaped monocoque shell – maximises both vehicle performance and occupant survivability. Its crew compartment, which can carry up to six personnel when deployed in the field, can be manufactured with a protection level of up to STANAG 3 level.
     
The Scorpion is a fast-moving, agile MRAP armoured command vehicle with a top speed of 110 km/h. Its innovative modular design – with the engine and suspension mounted separately from the V-shaped monocoque shell – maximises both vehicle performance and occupant survivability. Its crew compartment, which can carry up to six personnel when deployed in the field, can be manufactured with a protection level of up to STANAG 3 level.
Scorpion MRAP 4x4 armoured command vehicle of Streit Group at IDEX 2013
     
TYPHOON 6x6

This brand new 6x6 variant of the Typhoon MRAP, manufactured entirely within the UAE, can be configured to carry up to 14 personnel. Powered by a Cummins 400 horse power engine with Alison 3200 5-speed automatic transmission, the Typhoon 6x6 is one of the most reliable vehicles in its class, offering blast and ballistic protection to STANAG 4 level.
     
This brand new 6x6 variant of the Typhoon MRAP, manufactured entirely within the UAE, can be configured to carry up to 14 personnel. Powered by a Cummins 400 horse power engine with Alison 3200 5-speed automatic transmission, the Typhoon 6x6 is one of the most reliable vehicles in its class, offering blast and ballistic protection to STANAG 4 level
Streit Group Typhoon 6x6 APC armoured vehicle personnel carrier during live demonstration at IDEX 2013.
     
PUMA

Based on the Toyota Tundra, the Puma has a 5.6 litre engine with 6 speed automatic transmission. Fully armoured to STANAG 3 level, the vehicle has a monocoque hull with independently mounted suspension and can be fitted with a range of weapon platform options.
     
Based on the Toyota Tundra, the Puma has a 5.6 litre engine with 6 speed automatic transmission. Fully armoured to STANAG 3 level, the vehicle has a monocoque hull with independently mounted suspension and can be fitted with a range of weapon platform options.
Streit Group PUMA 4x4 APC armoured vehicle personnel carrier at IDEX 2013
     
Video Range of armoured vehicles of Streit Group in Live demonstration at IDEX 2013
 

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