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High detail MRAP armored truck 3D model collection. Created for the R&D dept. of a major NATO armed forces. Many more linked sets available from ES3DStudios in a range of formats. Click 'ES3DStudios' for full range. All renders shown here created with the 3DSMax scanline renderer. Max and Maya versions checked in native 3D application. Modeled predominately in quads. Quoted poly count is for triangles. The .stl versions does not pass 'stl compliance.'
Please Note: All textures (3 diffuse .bmp) come in their own 'Textures' zip download. After downloading the model format you want, please download the texture zip.
Each vehicle has a single 2048 x 2048 bmp texture image associated with it (only exception is the M1114 that has an additional texture for interior, and CROWSII RWS). Minimal UV seams for easy texture editing. Each vehicle has simple interior and opening doors.
This high quality model collection was created by ES3DStudios outsourcing for the training branch of a major NATO armed forces. Many other models of this type are available from ES3DStudios. Click on our vendor name at the top of the page for the full selection.
MRAP vehicles usually have v-shaped hulls to deflect away any explosive forces originating below the vehicle, thereby protecting the vehicle and its passenger compartment. Typically these explosions are from land mines, but they can also be IEDs. This design dates to the 1970s when it was first introduced in 1978 with the South African Buffel (Buffalo) armored personnel carrier (APC). However, the TSG/FPI Cougar (designed by a British-led US team in 2004 for a USMC requirement), departed from much of the older design philosophy by applying first-world standards and practises, and providing good growth potential from the outset.