Oshkosh LCTV 2010 Design Exterior Interior – The Oshkosh® Light Combat Tactical Vehicle (LCTV) was presented in 2010 as an innovation demonstrator to encourage the testing and assessment of two basic new segments: the suspension and the diesel-electric motor. In its light-obligation, defensively covered design, the LCTV highlights the cutting edge TAK-4® free suspension system* a lighter, to a great degree tough driveline arrangement – and the ProPulse® diesel-electric framework, which essentially increments efficiency, with the capacity to fare power. The LCTV additionally includes protective layer designs at no other time accessible on a light vehicle.
The LCTV was the world’s initially heavily clad military vehicle to effectively persevere through the great landscape of the SCORE Baja 1000 rough terrain race in November 2010. What’s more, we keep on putting resources into the improvement and testing of the cutting edge light-obligation vehicle intended to bolster the steadily changing necessities of the military.
The ProPulse innovation conveys up to 20 percent enhanced efficiency and has 70 kilowatts of accessible military evaluation power. The jolt together case plan takes into account vehicle updates and consistent upgrades to the container without welding or lead real creation. Oshkosh said the cutting edge TAK-4 suspension framework conveys 20 inches of autonomous wheel travel, utilizing a bigger safeguard to convey smoother ride quality at expanded rates. It is likewise customizable to lessen vehicle stature for better transportability.
Oshkosh LCTV 2010 Design Exterior Interior