PARS IV 6×6 endurance tests reach the final stages

The endurance tests of the PARS IV 6x6 Special Operations (S-Ops) Vehicle, developed by FNSS as part of the Mine Protected Vehicles (MKKA) Project, have reached the final stage of its development.

When the tests are completed, the vehicle will have the best mobility in the MKKA class.

PARS IV 6×6 was exhibited for the first time at the 15th International Defense Industry Fair (IDEF 2021).

PARS IV - 6x6 Special Ops Vehicle

The PARS IV 6x6 Special Operations Vehicle was designed to meet the tactical and operational needs of security forces with "special" missions.

Optimized for different mission requirements, The S-Ops vehicle has been developed to be used in symmetrical and asymmetrical combat environments.

With a Combat Loaded Weight of 26 tons, the vehicle is capable of maneuvering in all weather conditions, day / night, on all kinds of adverse terrain.

The PARS IV 6×6 is designed to carry special operations teams to the target area where multiple threats may exist, and to provide fire support to teams in the field when needed.

Periscopes at the front of the vehicle provide a wide viewing angle of over 180 degrees, while the new generation electronic camera infrastructure provides 360-degree situational awareness for all crew members and the commander.

Thanks to the combination of these features, the driver can drive the vehicle under all conditions, with the covers closed and under protection.

You can find detailed information about the vehicle here: PARS IV - 6x6 Special Operations Vehicle

PARS IV 6×6 endurance tests reaches its final stages

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