Designation:

BATT

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Manufacturer: International Armored Group - IAG  
Product type: Armoured Vehicles  
Name: Wheeled armoured personnel carrier  

BATT - Ballistic Armored Tactical Transport

The BATT is based on the Ford F-550 4x4 Chassis & is available in both Gas & Diesel Engine options. Some of the main differences and improvements our BATT showcases over the competition are the revolutionary curved body design to maximize available space for fully geared officers, and opens up the rear compartment to be used more efficiently by tactical medics in the field.

Other key advantages and innovations provided are expanded seating over competition, under seat storage, fully insulated side walls and roof, large HVAC system for temperature control, the exclusive Flip Up Rescue Seat to allow for officer entry/exit from the passenger door thus offering ability to deploy out the side of the truck without having to install additional doors and reduce seating and usable work space, the V Mux control panel system that allows the BATT to be technology efficient and allow for added electronic items to be installed and absorbed into the vehicle's mission abilities.

BATT is trusted by law enforcement agencies all over the world and is becoming one of the most requested armored rescue vehicles in the market today. A large list of optional equipment is available for the BATT that includes but is not limited to the following: battering ram, hydraulic ram upgrade, gas injection needle upgrade, skip rounds shields, spot lights, thermal cameras, night vision cameras, full radio systems, mast cameras, Complete Off Road Package, high intensity driving lights, IR Lights, Scene Lights, Back Up cameras, Power Inverter, Generator, customized cabinetry, shield hooks, ram holders, Medic Kit with Litter, SCBA Systems, CBRN Packages, and many more.

Specifications:
Property Value
Number of wheels
4
Number of drive wheels
4




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