TATA Motors presents its new LAMV Light Armoured Multipurpose Vehicle at Defexpo 2014 0702146

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Defexpo 2014
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Land, naval, & Internal Homeland Security Systems Exhibition

6 - 9 February 2014
New Delhi, India
 
TATA Motors LAMV at Defexpo 2014
 
 
Friday, February 7, 2014 07:01 PM
 
TATA Motors presents its new LAMV Light Armoured Multipurpose Vehicle at Defexpo 2014.
Tata Motors, the country's leading supplier of mobility solutions to the armed and security forces showcased two new combat vehicles at the DEFEXPO 2014. As part of the company's strategy to enhance the scope of its defence business right up to frontline combat, Tata Motors unveils for the first time its LAMV (Light Armoured Multipurpose Vehicle).
     
Tata Motors, the country's leading supplier of mobility solutions to the armed and security forces showcased two new combat vehicles at the DEFEXPO 2014. As part of the company's strategy to enhance the scope of its defence business right up to frontline combat, Tata Motors unveils for the first time its LAMV (Light Armoured Multipurpose Vehicle).
TATA Motors LAMV Light Armoured Multipurpose Vehicle at Defexpo 2014.
     

The LAMV is developed indigenously with technical inputs from Supacat of the UK, for vital reconnaissance mobility, protection and firepower. A light patrol vehicle, the LAMV combines an integrated blast and ballistic protection system, including a protected all composite detachable crew pod and V-shaped hull, providing an all-round protection.

Carrying a crew of six (two+four) and using the latest composite and ceramic armour systems, the crew pod is constructed as a separate module, sealed off from potential secondary projectiles. All seats are mine-blast protected.

The LAMV has exceptional all-terrain high mobility performance, high power-to-weight ratio, automatic transmission, all-wheel independent suspension and can reach speeds of upto 105 kmph. The vehicle is also loaded with modern equipment for observation, surveillance and communication, configured to also address urban warfare, engaging threat on all terrains.

     
Tata Motors, the country's leading supplier of mobility solutions to the armed and security forces showcased two new combat vehicles at the DEFEXPO 2014. As part of the company's strategy to enhance the scope of its defence business right up to frontline combat, Tata Motors unveils for the first time its LAMV (Light Armoured Multipurpose Vehicle).
 

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