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The Indian Army is set to receive a significant boost to its firepower and mobility with the induction of a new batch of Ashok Leyland GTV 6×6 vehicles. These robust all-terrain vehicles are specifically designed to meet the demanding requirements of the Indian Army’s medium artillery and air defense regiments.

The GTV 6×6 boasts an impressive towing capacity of 20 tons, enabling it to haul heavy artillery guns and radar systems critical for battlefield operations. This enhanced capability will be particularly beneficial for swiftly deploying and maneuvering these powerful assets along India’s northern borders, where strategic terrain often necessitates rapid troop and equipment movement.

According to reliable sources, the Indian Army is likely to order around 250 GTV 6×6 vehicles. This sizeable procurement signifies the Army’s confidence in Ashok Leyland’s engineering prowess and the GTV 6×6’s ability to perform effectively in challenging operational environments.

The GTV 6×6’s key features likely to contribute to its success include:

  • High Mobility: The 6×6 drivetrain provides excellent off-road capabilities, allowing for smooth navigation across diverse terrains encountered along the northern borders.
  • Durability: The GTV 6×6 is likely built with robust materials and a sturdy design, ensuring it can withstand the rigors of battlefield use.
  • All-weather Performance: The vehicle is expected to function reliably in extreme weather conditions, a crucial factor considering the varied climatic zones along the northern borders.

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