Light Combat Tactical All-Terrain VehicleL-ATV
Light Combat Tactical All-Terrain Vehicle
Built In Today’s World, Designed For Tomorrow’s.
Oshkosh Defense® L-ATV
The new Oshkosh Defense® L-ATV is the future of light combat vehicles. The L-ATV combines field-proven technologies, an advanced crew protection system that provides MRAP-level protection and expeditionary levels of mobility in a light-duty profile. Equipped with the Oshkosh TAK-4i™ intelligent independent suspension system*, this Light Combat Tactical All-Terrain Vehicle delivers new levels of agility to safely traverse rugged terrain and compressed urban areas. The L-ATV can also be equipped with the ProPulse® hybrid diesel-electric drive train with exportable power for greater functionality, efficiency and fuel economy.
Leveraging a 90-year history of innovation, Oshkosh has developed a vehicle that redefines protection and mobility – and it’s mission-ready today. The Light Combat Tactical All-Terrain Vehicle (L-ATV) can allow military personnel to transform how they maneuver and perform their missions.
- TAK-4i™ intelligent independent suspension system provides 20 inches (508 mm) of wheel travel to improve off-road mobility
- Optional ProPulse® hybrid diesel-electric drive train with exportable power provides 70kW of on-board and export power – available as a kit
- Advanced crew protection system delivers MRAP-level protection with the ability to scale and evolve as operating environments change
- Built using proven manufacturing and quality assurance processes
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