Special army vehicles to go on display

  • Nation
  • Sunday, 11 Apr 2004

PETALING JAYA: The Defence Services Asia (DSA) 2004 exhibition that starts tomorrow will showcase four newly developed customised military applications vehicles. 

The made-in-Malaysia products are the Defender 130 Tactical Command Post, Defender 130 Crew Cab Light Recovery Vehicle, Defender 130 Troop Carrier and Defender 6x6 Multi-Role Vehicle. 

They are based on the Land Rover Defender and jointly developed with the armed forces.  

They will be displayed at the Apac Exhibition Centre in Subang until Thursday.  

In a statement, Land Rover (M) Sdn Bhd managing director Ali Shuib said the company had invested about RM1mil in research and development to produce the special application vehicles.  

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