Videos – Armoured Tracked Vehicles
In deployed operations, today's armed forces have to be able to move, shoot and communicate in a variety of very tough environments, posing major challenges to modern military vehicle systems. A whole host of threat scenarios, ranging from high-intensity conventional combat to post-conflict peacekeeping missions and the constant, incalculable risk of asymmetric attack, make having adequate force protection measures in place imperative. Rheinmetall is one of Europe's leading suppliers of tracked armoured vehicle systems in all weight classes. The armoured tracked vehicle portfolio includes the Leopard, MBT Advanced Technology Demonstrator, the IFV Lynx, AEV 3 Kodiak, and the LRV Wiesel.
AEV 3 KODIAK in disaster relief mission
Making-of "Behind the scenes of the PiPz3 Kodiak shooting"
Evolution of the Lynx
Rheinmetall’s Lynx next-generation combat vehicle has come a long way in less than five years time. Starting from the drawing board, both KF31 and KF41 types were brought to life and travelled the world going through extensive trials along the way. Now, Hungary has become the launch customer ordering 218 vehicles after having signed a joint venture agreement with Rheinmetall. A strong signal to those eying the most advanced IFV to date.