Having celebrated the first anniversary of its advanced high-performance reconnaissance light aircraft’s (Ahrlac’s) first flight in July, South Africa-based defence solutions business Paramount Group says it will soon be able to set and finalise the aircraft’s specifications to move into commercial production.
An armoured off-roader capable of withstanding blasts from ballistic missiles and smashing through walls has been pictured roaring through a testing facility.The Marauder, described as being the world's most unstoppable vehicle, was put through its paces near Pretoria in South Africa.With its six cylinder turbo diesel engine, the armoured car can hit speeds of up to 75mph on road, and is strong enough to survive a land mine explosion. Scroll down for video
'World's most unstoppable vehicle' can withstand blasts from missiles and land mine explosions - Mirror
The Marauder, made by the Paramount Group, was originally developed for peacekeeping and reconnaissance missions and is sold only to governments
You won't see a vehicle like this mean machine while out for a Sunday drive.The Marauder is a armoured and capable of withstanding blasts from missiles.Dubbed the world's most unstoppable vehicle, it has a six cylinder turbo diesel engine, can hit speeds of 120kmph, and even survive a land mine explosion.But if you'd like one, you're out of luck - because it's only sold to governments.In these pictures, it's seen ploughing through a military vehicle testing facility.
IT IS sometimes hard to find any corner of manufacturing industry in SA that isn’t complaining about the government and its policies. One of the seriously cheerful niches seems to be shipbuilding.
Paramount Group company Nautic Africa is in the process of custom-developing five boarding craft for the South African Navy to meet its Project Carol requirements. The vessels will be delivered by December.