There’s no denying how sensational tanks are. Shockingly, they’re totally unreasonable for simple use – because of their ambling and cumbersome nature. The people at Plasan may have cracked the problem recently, by launching Yagu.
Plasan revealed a month ago it’s all-new, lightweight vehicle codename Yagu at Expo in Mexico City. Indeed, Plasan changed the 767 kg business Arctic Cat Wildcat 4 1000 off-road vehicle into a 1.48-ton completely fully-protected assault vehicle.
With front and side windows and all-around cameras, the UAV gives brilliant situational mindfulness and reaction time, utilizing an overhead ultra-light weapon, that mounts a 5.56 or 7.62 automatic rifle and EO sensors coordinated by the team from inside.
The vehicle is intended to carry on like an All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) yet offers its group of three people the inside and out 360 ballistic insurance at a level of B6+ (like STANAG 4569 Level II) compelling against 5.56X45, 7.62X39 and 7.62×51 dangers.
Based on an Arctic Cat Wildcat 4 1000, this ultralight strategic vehicle is fueled by a 95 bhp 1.0-liter V-twin motor that can swap forward and backward in the vicinity of the 2-and 4-wheel drive – making it both unfathomably easy to digest the road and shockingly agile.
Yagu also has 3D surfacing as opposed to the standard boards. Which opens up the possibility that UAV may really have a component of styling as opposed to just it’s basic utility. It’s also got an integrated drone and a remote-controlled light weapon system mounted on the roof.