The Scorpion, the state of the art Armoured Fighting Vehicle. It has a full modular armoring ability that allows the vehicle to be equipped according to its specific requirements. I will add them in version 2.
The front of the Scorpion.
A side view of the Scorpion.
Here you can see the front ViewScope that enables the driver to have a 240 degree view of the terrain. It has different modes, such as: night vision, infrared and custom filter mode. The frontal mounted headlights and be removed and replaced with various different equipments like a minefield clearing device and mounts for netting, tires and equipment. These would be featured in v2.
A view of the Multi Purpose Launcher (Grenade) system. (The MPL.G)
The Remote Weapon Station (RWS), equipped with a 25mm CIS 75 autocannon and a CIS 80 Automatic Grenade Launcher. Note the smoke dispensers at the side.
Various types of equipment can be carried on the side. Credit to Danny Morgan for the axe.
The rear hatch.
The rear hatch open.
An angled view of the rear hatch.
An angled view of the rear of the Scorpion. The sloped area behind the RWS is the Frendly Or Foe (FOF) identification system.
The roof is removable.
The interior of the Scorpion. It is able to seat 7 people, excluding the commander and the driver.
A top view of the Scorpion.
The driver's station.
The Scorpion has a unique seating arrangement as the commander/gun operation sits behind the driver.
Another view of the inside, with the troops removed.
A final shot of the Scorpion with its WarFighters deployed.
Here's an extra picture of the Scorpion with viewports.
to the Terrex, on which I based the Scorpion on:
Awesome APC. I really like your driver/gunner stations, the angled control panel is just plain goodness. At first I didn't think there would be anyone inside, what a great surprise! Nice weapons/tech all over and I like the completely sealed look. Great build. Take a look at mine http://mocpages.com/moc.php/291709 you might like it. ~cheers
I like it
November 13, 2011
Try a side skirt of the wheels. Maybe do some SNOT work, as well. Overall, pretty well made ;)