GM Defence, a unit of General Motors, has received a contract from the u.s. army worth up to 214,3 million dollars to build a fleet of vehicles, a squad of infantry, high-performance.
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Trucks than nine passengers, are based on the pick-up Chevrolet Colorado zr2 tremolo are designed to be carried under a UH-60 Blackhawk or CH-47 Chinook helicopters for rapid deployment.
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The contract is the largest won by the division General Motors, which has been re-established as a business unit autonomous in 2017. An order of 639 trucks were confirmed, whereas the total amount of the contract will cover the production of 1 070 trucks. if it is implemented and could be extended to 2 065 with additional allowances.
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The project GM / Ricardo has been selected among the submissions Oshkosh / Flyer Defense and SAIC / Polaris and sharing 90% of its standard parts with vehicles of consumption.
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In collaboration with the vehicle squad of infantry, GM Defence has presented concepts for several electric vehicles which use batteries to hydrogen fuel in place of large batteries, including the stand-alone platform SURUS multifunctional.
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