Highlighting that, in the last decade, Otokar has allocated approximately 8 percent of its revenues for R&D expenditures, General Manager Serdar Görgüç said: “Otokar stands apart with its expertise in design, development and system integration of both combat-proven wheeled and tracked platforms, where they are internationally known for their survivability, superior mobility and modularity in challenging terrains and extreme weather conditions.
Otokar Arma 6x6 at DSA 2022 (Picture source: Army Recognition)
Stating that Turkish company Otokar’s military vehicles are actively used in five continents, General Manager Serdar Görgüç, said, “As a listed NATO and UN supplier, Otokar’s military vehicles are actively in service in more than 35 countries and almost 55 end-users in different climates and geographies around the world. Otokar also stands out with its technology transfer and local production capabilities. With this respect, the Asia Pacific region is particularly important for Otokar, where our wide range of vehicles operate successfully for many years. We aim to expand our activities in the region in order to meet the existing and future requirements of our clients. In this context, we focus on collaboration opportunities including local production models through the transfer of technology at DSA.”
Otokar’s Arma 6x6 offers superior mobility, high mine and ballistic protection, as well as medium and high-caliber weapon system integration options. Offering high tactical and technical features, Arma comes with an optional amphibious variant for the most demanding terrain and climate conditions. The vehicle can be equipped with different weapons and manned/unmanned turrets according to the needs. It can be used for various missions such as surveillance, recovery, armored personnel carrier, armored combat vehicle, command control, reconnaissance, and CBRN reconnaissance vehicle while different weapon systems can be integrated into the vehicle.
Otokar's Cobra II (the enhanced variant of Cobra I) offers a high level of protection, payload capacity, and large internal volume. It can accommodate 10 personnel including the driver and commander, to whom it offers high protection against ballistic, mine, and IED threats. Delivering high performance in the toughest terrain and climate conditions with high power to weight ratio, the vehicle is tested rigorously in different parts of the world, on the toughest terrain and climate conditions. Offering a wide range of weapons integration and mission equipment options, Cobra II is in service as ambulance, command &control, reconnaissance, border protection, and signal vehicle as well as internal security and peacekeeping missions. The modular structure of Cobra II also makes the vehicle a flexible platform for a personnel carrier, weapons platform, ground surveillance radar, and CBRN reconnaissance vehicle
Otokar Cobra II at DSA 2022 (Picture source: Army Recognition)