Based on specifications issued by the US Army for a light scout combat vehicle that could maintain a pilot for three days (water and fuel), maintain a speed of 30 mph, and be able to stand up against sustained small arms fire; Chrysler won the bid and used groundbreaking technology to produce the Scarab for use in the deserts and mountains of Afghanistan.
About this creation
Front view of the scarab.
Profile view; notice the extended back for water storage. Those grey pieces aren't guns, they're water valves.