Tuesday, 28 April 2015

If Formula1 racers are thoroughbreds that need to pampered and cosseted, then armored combat vehicles are warhorses that need to stand up to the worst of the worst. That makes it a surprise when BAE Systems announces that it's taken an active damping suspension designed for F1 cars and adapted it for Sweden's Combat Vehicle 90 (CV90). Billed as a world's first for a tracked vehicle, the upgrade is claimed to improve battlefield speed and handling. .. Continue Reading BAE System's CV90 armor vehicle uses F1 racing suspension technology

Section: Military

Tags: Active Suspension, Armor, BAE Systems, Battlefield, F1,Suspension, Sweden, Tanks

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