AM General displaying new version of Humvee NXT 360 at IDEX 2021

The vehicle at the defense expo is fitted with an MSI-DSL Terrahawk remote weapon station and a Raytheon/Lockheed Martin Javelin missile launcher

The Humvee NXT 360. Photo: AM General

AM General, an American light tactical vehicle manufacturer, is displaying at the IDEX 2021 exhibition, currently taking place in Abu Dhabi, its new version of the HMMWV tactical vehicle, the Humvee NXT 360, fitted with an MSI-DSL Terrahawk remote weapon station and a Raytheon/Lockheed Martin Javelin missile system.

According to the company's announcement, the company is displaying the all-new Humvee NXT 360 ES, a rugged light tactical vehicle that is redefining survivability. Built with proprietary technology, the vehicle allows for 360-degree kinetic energy threat protection as well as blast threat protection. Currently offering two variants (Base and ES), the NXT 360 leverages the existing Humvee platform and includes additional enhancements. The ES model will offer a 6.5L V8 turbocharged engine with 250 Hp and is equipped with a long travel suspension for increased agility no matter the terrain – all optimized for exceptional transportability via land, sea, and air, the company says.

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