The LAMV (Light Armoured Multipurpose Vehicle) uses a 4×4 platform designed for off-road mobility. The 8 ton gross vehicle weight (GVW) vehicle is powered by watercooled, turbocharged Intercooler BS IV diesel engine coupled to a automatic transmission, delivering high power-to-weight ratio for mountain terrains. LAMV uses independent suspension enabling better traverse over rough terrain. All tires have runflat capability with central inflation (CTIS) as standard. On road the vehicle can reach a to speed of up to 105 km/h. For its missions, LAMV can accommodate different weapon stations and payloads.
The LAMV is designed to carry payloads of up to 1.5 tons. It can accommodate different variety of armor, weapon stations and turrets as the application demands. It has an integrated blast and ballistic protection, including blast deflecting V-hull and an armor protected. The armored pod is tiltable sidewise, for better serviceability.It offers maximum survivability in high threat environments due to its ballistic hull design, special armor protection and high mobility. The basic protection level for ballistic and blast is STANAG II.
LAMV can carry four troops, accessing the vehicle through side doors on both sides. The vehicle can be configured with a weapon station and cameras, for security or armed scout missions. In the scout version the LAMV will carry four troops in addition to the two men crew. The fuel tanks are placed outside the crew compartment for additional safety.