AM General Debuts All-New HUMVEE NXT 360 Light Tactical Vehicle

The next generation light tactical vehicle is equipped with more power, higher gross vehicle weight, better handling, and improved protection. By / 22 Feb 2021

AM General has debuted the all-new HUMVEE NXT 360 light tactical vehicle, the company’s newest light tactical vehicle, at IDEX 2021. The next generation light tactical vehicle is equipped with more power, higher gross vehicle weight, better handling, and improved protection.

Built with proprietary technology, the HUMVEE NXT 360 allows for 360-degree kinetic energy threat protection, with under-vehicle blast threat protection for front and rear wheels and center undercarriage; blast seats, floating floor and transparent armor; and optional bolt-on armor for a higher level of kinetic energy protection.

Currently available in two variants (Base and ES), the NXT 360 leverages the existing HUMVEE® platform and includes additional enhancements. The ES model will offer a 6.5L V8 turbocharged engine with 250 Hp and is equipped with a long travel suspension for increased agility no matter the terrain – all optimized for exceptional transportability via land, sea, and air.

The vehicle offers exceptional speed, mobility and agility across any rugged terrain in all weather conditions, and is available in 2-, 4- and 6-passenger variants plus payload capacity for personnel and mission equipment. “We are enthusiastic to participate at IDEX and impressed at the level of coordination and support that the organizers have provided so that we can have a safe and successful show during these challenging times,” said Nguyen Trinh, AM General Executive Vice President of International Defense. “We are also extremely excited to debut the NXT 360 to our international customers as this is the first opportunity for them to have a hands-on experience with this ground-breaking vehicle.”

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