HDT opts to submit wheeled Robotic Combat Vehicle

By Nickolai Sukharev / October 13, 2023 at 10:23 AM
With the Army set to test prototypes of the Robotic Combat Vehicle, one contender believes wheels are more reliable than tracks. “We think this concept gives us better mobility, lower cost, more range [and] less noise,” said Thomas Van Doren, who oversees engineering at HDT. Unlike HDT, the other three contenders -- Textron, General Dynamics Land Systems and Oshkosh -- are offering tracked flatbed vehicles. HDT is offering the Wolf-X, an eight-wheel-drive flatbed vehicle that features Michelin Tweels, commercial airless...

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