Thai army to test DTI Wildcat 4x4 and 4x2 tactical vehicles


DTI delivered a 4x4 wheeled MRAP armored vehicle, 4x4 and 4x2 tactical reconnaissance vehicles to the Royal Thai Armed Forces Headquarters for testing by the Counter-Terrorism Operations Center (CTOC) as a user unit used to test and trial work, Defense Studies reports.
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DTI Wildcat DWC4 4x4 (Picture source: DTI Thailand)


The D-Lion 4x4 is a 4x4 armored vehicle, offering protection against small arms fire, shell splinters and improvised explosive devices (IED). It is equipped with a military communication system.

The D-Wildcat DWC4 is a 4x4 light tactical vehicle. It can be used in a variety of roles such as reconnaissance, patrolling and surveillance. The D-Wildcat DWC2 is a 4x2 lighter vehicle, looking like a dune buggy, intended for the same roles as the DWC4. Both vehicles can be equipped with an anti-drone system on top of their communication system.

The Thai Army will take in charge the test campaign of the three vehicles that have been developed to meet the national user's needs as well as export markets.


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DTI D-Wildcat DWC2 4x2 tactical vehicle (Picture source: DTI Thailand)