Paramount Marauder Armoured Vehicle Unstoppable

In the 17th season of Top Gear, Richard Hammond tested the Paramount Marauder. The company behind the Marauder Mark 2 is back.

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The Marauder Mark 2 has been modified from the original. Its double-skinned monocoque hull can withstand IEDs and mines.

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The South African company behind the updated Marauder says the driver interface has been improved. On the same production line, it can be made with left- and right-hand drive. It can be converted from left- to right-hand drive in less than two hours if needed.

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“Impressive developments in man-machine interfaces often go unnoticed, but the systems in the new Marauder ‘Mark 2' have improved ergonomics, comfort, and functionality,” said Paramount Land Systems CEO Deon Grobler.

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The Marauder's improved operator interfaces will increase usability in rugged conditions, reduce driver and crew fatigue, and make the platform more comfortable and user-friendly, keeping troops safe and battle-ready.

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Marauder is used by armed forces in Africa, the Middle East, Central Asia, and South East Asia, so it can operate in temperatures from -20 to 50 degrees Celsius. C130 or Chinook can easily airlift it.

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In keeping with our 27-year track record of manufacturing innovative solutions to optimize our customers' response capabilities to threats in Africa and around the world, we've increased our own production speed, said Grobler.

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"We can now manufacture vehicles for stock instead of customer orders, delivering faster solutions for partners with urgent needs, whether they operate right- or left-hand drive vehicles."

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