Designation:

M-ATV

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Manufacturer: Oshkosh Truck Corporation  
Product type: Auxiliary Vehicles  
Name: Mine protected carrier  

MRAP All Terrain Vehicles (M-ATV)

The Oshkosh Defense M-ATV is a variant of our armored MTVR, a proven vehicle that has protected and served our military men and women in off-road operations for years.

To ensure superior protection and survivability, Oshkosh is partnered with Plasan North America to provide the Oshkosh M-ATV’s armor system. Plasan has produced armor systems for more than 5,000 current MRAP vehicles and for the Armored Cab MTVR. These armor systems have saved lives in both Iraq and Afghanistan. The vehicle also will feature Oshkosh’s signature TAK-4® independent suspension system for exceptional off-road ride quality and durability to meet the essential capability not available in the current MRAP fleet – exceptional off-road mobility and durability.

The Oshkosh M-ATV provides superior weight-carrying capability to avoid axles breaking in the rugged terrain of Afghanistan. The Oshkosh M-ATV further provides parts and maintenance commonality with the MTVR and other tactical vehicles, which will minimize production costs and increase mission readiness.

The Oshkosh MTVR was developed and fielded nearly 10 years ago as a next-generation replacement for the medium tactical fleet for the Marine Corps, particularly for all-terrain missions. The vehicle has more than 400,000 government-tested miles at a 70 percent off-road mission profile, making it ideal for Afghanistan. Many of the MTVRs have more than 70,000 operational miles in Afghanistan and are proving their durability with a 92 percent or better operational readiness rate in theater. The vehicle’s success was recently marked following Oshkosh’s production of the 10,000th MTVR in 2008. The vehicle features an off-road 7.1-ton payload capacity and an on-road 15-ton payload capacity.

The Oshkosh M-ATV is the survivability, mobility, mission-proven, production-ready and best value/low price solution for the Warfighter. The company’s main focus is to provide the best survivability solution coupled with the best mobility system to get American men and women into and out of the fight in areas where other vehicles fear to tread.

Features

  • MTVR-based chassis with TAK-4R independent suspension

  • Rugged and reliable powertrain

  • Mature, effective, battle-tested armor configuration from Plasan North America

  • Outstanding MANPRINT balanced system design

Benefits

  • Proven, durable, best-in-class mobility for rugged terrain and 70% off-road duty

  • Agility to traverse mountainous terrain with ease

  • Consistent, survivable crew protection available in the high volumes needed

  • Minimizes operator and maintenance training; maximizes crew effectiveness

Technical data

  • Engine - Caterpillar C7

  • Transmission - Allison 3500 SP

  • Transfer Case - Marmon Herrington

  • Axles - Oshkosh MTVR

  • Suspension - TAK-4R independent

  • Suspension (Durability) Profile - 70% off-road, 30% on-road

  • Seating Capacity - 4 passengers + 1 gunner

  • Central Tire Inflation (CTI) - 2 channel

  • 4 terrain settings with integrated driveline lock control system




Specifications:
Property Value
Number of drive wheels
4
Number of wheels
4
Payload (kg)
7100
Engine power output (h.p.)
370
Weight (kg)
11340
Payload (kg)
1814


Has folowing part:
Total Amount
3126e/C7 (Diesel engine)
1
Q-Net (Flexible Armour)
1
R400S-Mk2 (Remote controlled weapon station)
1
TAK-4 (Suspension)
1

M-ATV quantities:
Country Qnt
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
44
USA USA
9500
Qnt:
9544

Last Contracts:
Qnt Customer Value Add Date
(Close Date)
Unit cost
700
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
 
Jul 2012
(Jul 2013)
 
400
USA
$218.685.646
Jun 2011
(Jun 2012)
$546,714
177
USA
$97.146.579
May 2011
(Jan 2012)
$548,851
1460
USA
$640.000.000
Feb 2010
(Jun 2011)
$438,356
400
USA
$175.000.000
Dec 2009
(May 2010)
$437,500
352
USA
$189.000.000
Sep 2009
(Mar 2010)
$536,932
1700
USA
$1.000.000.000
Jul 2009
(Feb 2010)
$588,235
2244
USA
$1.000.000.000
Jul 2009
(Dec 2010)
$445,633
Average Unit Cost:
$493,069

All contracts...


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