High detailed 3D model of CJ-10 Long Range Cruise Missile System. Modeled in 3ds Max 2012. Final images rendered V-Ray material.
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ The Chang Jian (Long Sword) CJ-10 long range cruise missile system is reported to have started trials with the Second Artillery Force in 2004 and as of September 2009, between 50 and 250 missiles had been deployed along with between 20 and 30 launch vehicles. Their existence was initially revealed by Chinese media during the practice parade for 60th anniversary of the People’s Republic of China. The system is identified by three long launch canisters, of octagonal cross section, mounted on the rear of the Chinese WS 2400 8 x 8 Transporter Erector Launcher (TEL), the missile has a reported range of over 1,500 km (~800 NMI) and up to 2,000 km (~1,100 NMI).
The WS2400 series 20 tonne 8 x 8 cross-country vehicles are for all intents and purposes copies of the Russian MAZ-543/7910 8 x 8 TEL, also used previously for the RK-55. When used as the TEL for the CJ-10, it is designated as the PHL-03 and has a maximum road speed of 60 km/hr with a maximum range of 650km using sealed roads. It can climb a 57% slope and cross water up to 1.1. metres deep.