Broad visibility and storage for sophisticated missions. Protected agility and precision for mobile operations. The Oshkosh Defense® MRAP All-Terrain Vehicle (M-ATV) Special Forces variant is built for the uncertainties of the battlefield.
Fully configurable and integrated C4ISR systems provide advanced situational awareness and operational versatility. With the TAK-4® independent suspension system, the M-ATV Special Forces delivers unprecedented off-road mobility across severe landscapes and improves personnel safety against escalating battlefield threats.
Operate in -26°F (-32°C) to 130°F (54°C)
Traverse 60% grades and 30% side slopes
TAK-4® independent suspension system
70% off-road duty cycle
The M-ATV Assault is designed for the specific demands of special reconnaissance, target acquisition, military intelligence, unconventional warfare and conventional military operations. Featuring proven best-in-class mobility with the TAK-4® independent suspension system, the M-ATV Family of Vehicles dominates the most challenging terrain with an average 16 inches (400mm) of ground clearance and nearly 310 miles (500km) of cruising range.
Comprehensive Protection System
Blast seats: Driver, commander & rear positions
Option: Gunner Protection Kit (GPK)
Scalable crew protection
Integrated blast protection and advanced technologies work in concert to provide military and security forces with the capability, versatility, mobility and protection to meet mission demands.
Vehicle Systems & Technology
2 rear hatches
Double door roof hatch
Modular seating for 11 crew members
2nd row center seat converts to gunner stand
Remote Weapon Station (RWS) compatible
With an extended wheelbase and greater interior volume, the M-ATV Assault provides fold-up seating for up to 11 crew members, as well as two rear hatches and a double roof hatch for rapid deployment. And our proven history of world-class Tactical Wheeled Vehicle (TWV) design and extensive C4 systems integration capabilities gives fleets the flexibility to expand and reconfigure components in the field to meet mission demands.