Detailed model of a MaxxPro 4x4 MRAP armoured truck. Single 2048x2048 texture page (2 versions, desert and olive drab). PSD textures also available on request. Part of a huge related collection available from ES3DStudios.
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The International MaxxPro MRAP is an armored fighting vehicle designed by Navistar International's subsidiary Navistar Defense along with the Israeli Plasan Sasa, who designed and manufactures the vehicle's armor. The vehicle was designed to take part in the US Military's Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicle program, led by the US Marine Corps, as well as a similar Army-led program, the Medium Mine Protected Vehicle.
MRAPs are categorized as category 1 or category 2, depending on usage and passenger compartment space, and Navistar produces the MaxxPro in both sizes, although the vast majority of those sold have been category 1 MRAPs.
The basic MaxxPro is classed as a Category 1 vehicle. Vehicle utilizes a crew capsule and has a V-shaped hull, which do not extends to the engine bay. A V-shaped hull deflects the mine of IED blast away from the vehicle. During tests this MRAP vehicle survived a 7 kg land mine blast. Armor of the MaxxPro was designed and manufactured by the Israeli Plasan. Armored hull is bolted together rather than welded. This facilitates repair in the field conditions. Vehicle can be fitted with add-on armor. It also provides protection against direct fire and RPG rounds. The MaxxPro is fitted with NBC protection system.
This armored vehicle can be fitted with a roof-mounted and shielded 7.62-mm, 12.7-mm machine gun or Mk19 40mm AGL.
The MaxxPro MRAP uses International WorkStar 7000 truck chassis. Vehicle is powered by an International MaxxForce D9.3I6 diesel engine, developing 330 hp. Automotive parts of this armored vehicle are commercially available. There are three variants of the MaxxPro MRAP, which share the same platform and there is a high-degree of parts commonality among all variants.