The LMVs (Light Multirole Veichles) are, for the lack of a better word, in fashion since Magnus Lauglo come up with his Saxon. A bit later, Aleksander Stein come up with the Fenrir, and Chandler Parker, with the Viking. All of then are similar, because they are all, well, LMVs, and their function donīt demand innovative desings.
So here it is (Now, please, we are back at the SAMDT), SAMDTs newest LMV, the Guarani.
Projected by Brazilian main military industry, Engesa, the Guarani is a fast way to do a number of tasks, that go from troop transport all the way to anfibious functions!
All of then will be presented to you anytime soon, so keep an eye out for it.
The bonnet opens, and so do the doors.
It can be armed with an .50 Cal with udpated infrared aim and new kits come with protective roll cage anti RPG armour.
Although originally the Guaraniīs came out of factory with a back door, most of troops took it of for making the unload of cargo and troops easier. Engesa stoped to add doors, and itīs commom for our soldiers to add chain in it.
Sorry goes for Aleks Stein, his idea of a protective cage that turned into a rack was to good to be not used.
Iīm starting to get nervous with this caption thing. I donīt now what I write. Really.
Oh yes. Remembered something! This LMV is flex you know. It can use bot Alchool or Gasoline to power up its engine. Iīm also Flex. I can use both Wine and Champagne to power up my body :)
It can take three dismounts, the turret operator, (Thatīs not show here because this version donīt take a turret) and the driver (That itīs showed here otherwise it would crash)