At AUSA 2015 Polaris showcases a new version of its Dagor 4x4 all-terrain vehicle with 6 seats 11510151

 
AUSA 2015 news coverage report show daily visitors exhibitors Annual meeting defense exposition exhibition conference Association United States Army October Washington D.C.
 
AUSA 2015
U.S. Army Annual Meeting & Exposition
12 - 14 October 2015
Washington D.C., United States
 
Polaris Dagor at AUSA 2015
 
 
At AUSA 2015 Polaris showcases a new version of its Dagor 4x4 all-terrain vehicle with 6 seats.
At AUSA 2015, U.S. army annual meeting and exposition, Polaris Defenses showcases a new updated version of its Dagor 4x4 all-terrain high mobility vehicle. The Dagors was developed by Polaris to fill a mobility gap for light infantry, expeditionary and special operations forces. The new variant of the Dagor is fitted with two additional seats located at the rear of the vehicle protected by a tubular frame.
     
At AUSA 2015, U.S. army annual meeting and exposition, Polaris Defenses showcases a new updated version of its Dagor 4x4 all-terrain high mobility vehicle. The Dagors was developed by Polaris to fill a mobility gap for light infantry, expeditionary and special operations forces. The new variant of the Dagor is fitted with two additional seats located at the rear of the vehicle protected by a tubular frame. Polaris Dagor 4x4 all-terrain high mobility vehicle at AUSA 2015, U.S. Army annual meeting & exposition in Washington D.C., United States.
     
The crew is protected by a tubular frame roll-bar. Up to six crew can be carried, with the configuration of the seats being flexible. Typically two seats looking towards the rear is mounted, in order to provide observation and covering fire in the rear arc.

The rear part of the vehicle is also protected by tubular frame roll-bar. The roll-bar is equipped with a weapon ring allowing the use of 7.62mm or 12.7mm machine gun and 40mm automatic grenade launcher.

The Dagor is easily air-transportable by military transport aircraft. It has a payload capacity of 1,474kg with no performance degradation, and can be configured to carry up to nine fully equipped troops.

Designed to meet the specifications of the U.S. Armed Forces’ new Ultra Light Combat Vehicle class, the DAGOR is small enough that you can fit one inside of a CH-53 Sea Stallion helicopter, two in a CH-47 Chinook, or strap one to the bottom of a Black Hawk.

The Polaris Dagor uses a 4x4 chassis and is motorized with a Turbo Diesel JP8 engine which allows the vehicle to run at a maximum speed of 110 km/h with a maximum cruising range of 805 km (Dependent on mission profile). The driveline system generates abundant power to provide superior off-road mobility in all terrain conditions.

The Polaris Dagor is equipped with an electronic power steering in the front section on the left side. It also incorporates intuitive control systems and common off-road driving techniques. The vehicle can be fitted with additional equipment and accessories according the types of missions.

     
At AUSA 2015, U.S. army annual meeting and exposition, Polaris Defenses showcases a new updated version of its Dagor 4x4 all-terrain high mobility vehicle. The Dagors was developed by Polaris to fill a mobility gap for light infantry, expeditionary and special operations forces. The new variant of the Dagor is fitted with two additional seats located at the rear of the vehicle protected by a tubular frame.
 

 

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