ISDEF 2019: Shladot unveils Super Tiger 4x4 urban armored vehicle

The Israeli Company Shladot, a leader in the supply of mobilized solutions for military and homeland security, including special purpose vehicles, trailers, and tankers unveils its new urban wheeled combat vehicle dubbed Super Tiger at ISDEF 2019, International Defense and Security Exhibition in Tel Aviv, Israel.

Shladot unveils Super Tiger 4x4 urban armored vehicle ISDEF 2019 defense exhibition Israel 925 001
New Shladot Super Tiger 4x4 urban combat armored vehicle at ISDEF 2019, International Defense and Security Exhibition in Tel Aviv, Israel. June 4, 2019. (Picture source Army Recognition)

Israeli Company Shladot has been serving the defense establishment for over forty years, providing comprehensive mobilized solutions and performing complex turnkey projects. With extensive competencies in engineering, design, mechanical fabrications and systems integration, our multi-disciplinary team delivers made-to-order solutions that address a wide spectrum of military and homeland security needs.

The Super Tiger wheeled combat armored vehicle is a medium-weight, survivable, cost-effective vehicle that can accommodate up to 14 soldiers or police officers. Incorporating a proprietary armored capsule mounted on a modified commercial Freightliner truck, the Super Tiger offers a significant advantage in power, internal space, protection and life cost.

The design of the Super Tiger is divided into three main parts with the engine at the front, crew in the middle and troops compartment at the rear. One of the main advantages of the vehicle, driver and commander have direct access to the rear of the vehicle. The front of the vehicle is fitted a large windscreen while each side of the hull is provided with four bulletproof windows offering situational awareness 360° around the vehicle.

The Super Tiger is protected up to Level III STANGAG 4569 against the firing of small arms 7.62×51mm AP caliber at 30 meters. Each side of the vehicle is equipped with two doors and one single door is available at the rear, allowing for easy access to the troop compartment.

The Super Tiger is motorized with Mercedes Benz MBT OM926 Euro 4 developing 330 hp coupled to an Allison 5 speed automatic transmission. It can run at a maximum road speed of 110 km/h. It has a gross vehicle weight of 11,800 kg with a maximum payload of 2,800 kg.