Detailed Oshkosh M-ATV 4x4 MRAP armored car. Single 2048x2048 texture page. PSD textures also available on request. Model includes Mk19 40mm Auto Grenade Launcher, doors ready for animation and interior (seats, dash, steering wheel.)
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All renders shown here created with the 3DSMax scanline renderer. Modeled predominately in quads. Quoted poly count is for triangles.
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Texture Res: Single 2048 x2048. Bodywork is fully unwrapped and laid out in 0-1 UV space. One wheel image and UVs is used for all 4 wheels.
Native format is 3DSMax 2011. No 3rd party plugins required.
Texture Res: Single diffuse 2048 x 2048
The Oshkosh M-ATV is an MRAP armored fighting vehicle developed to have the same levels of protection as previous MRAPs but with improved mobility. It utilizes the MTVR chassis and TAK-4 suspension with the Plasan designed armored hull developed for the Noorthrop Gruumman/Oshkosh JLTV.
Originally one of five candidates down selected for the M-ATV (MRAP All Terrain Vehicle) program, the Oshkosh M-ATV was chosen on 30 June 2009 to be the sole winner of the contest. Oshkosh Corporation received an initial order for 2,244 vehicles in a contract worth US$1.06B. The order has since grown to 5,219 M-ATVs for $2.76 billion.
According to the United States Marine Corps program officer for MRAP, Brigadier General Michael Brogan, the Oshkosh M-ATV was chosen because it had the best survivability and Oshkosh had the best technical and manufacturing capabilities of all the competitors. The Oshkosh bid was also the second cheapest. The first vehicles arrived in Afghanistan in October 2009 and all should be delivered by March 2010.