High resolution. Detailed 3D model of Chinese DF-26 Missile. Modeled in 3ds Max 2012. Final images rendered V-Ray.
The Dong-Feng 26 (DF-26 literally: 'East Wind-26') is an intermediate-range ballistic missile deployed by the People's Liberation Army Rocket Force produced by the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC).The DF-26 has a range of 3,0004,000 km (1,9002,500 mi), and may be used in the nuclear, conventional, and anti-ship strike roles. The DF-26 is China's first conventionally-armed ballistic missile capable of reaching Guam and the American military installations located there; this has led to the missile being referred to by netizens as the 'Guam Express' or 'Guam Killer'.
The DF-26 is a Chinese intermediate-range ballistic missile. It is based on the earlier DF-21 , but has a longer range. Existence of this missile was revealed in 2014. The DF-26 was first publicly revealed in 2015. It appears to be in operational service for several years. This missile is in service with Second Artillery Corps, that are de facto strategic missile forces of the Chinese army.
Chinese sources claim that currently the DF-26 is the most advanced intermediate-range ballistic missile in the world. It is worth noting that the United States and Russia can not develop missiles of this class due to the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, that was signed back in 1987. The only other comparable missile is the Indian Agni V. Chinese sources claim that the DF-26 is superior to the Agni V.