JoJom Such vehicle handy lzpv hotspots where is a high threat of ambushes and roadside bombs. Member feedback about GFF4: Vehicle can tow light trailers or artillery pieces, such as mortars. In the Second World War, the mili The first vehicles were delivered in February and production ended in July La;v the case of multi-national projects, the vehicle may be listed under all applicable countries. History A first batch of vehicles has been ordered by the Bundeswehr, with deliveries scheduled to be carried out between and It is an significantly developed armored version of the Mercedes-Benz G-class light utility vehicle, rnok is also used by the German army and known there as the Wolf.
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It is an significantly developed armored version of the Mercedes-Benz G-class light utility vehicle, that is also used by the German army and known there as the Wolf.
The Enok was adopted in As of German army ordered a total of Enok light protected vehicles. The Enok offers some level of protection comparing with the baseline G-class light utility vehicle. Such vehicle handy in hotspots where is a high threat of ambushes and roadside bombs. Armor provides ballistic protection against 7. Vehicle has a V-shaped hull that provides protection against mine blasts.
It is claimed that Enok withstands blasts equivalent to 6 kg of TNT. There are two models of the Enok. One of them has 4 doors and accommodates driver plus 3 passengers. It has is a cargo area at the rear. The cargo area is not armored, but covered with a canvas cover. Also there is a fully-enclosed 5-door version of the Enok.
It accommodates driver plus 5 passengers. It is slightly heavier that a 4-door model. German army ordered a total of 84 of these vehicles and 49 of them are intended for German special forces.
One of the prototypes was a 2-door pickup and had a large cargo area at the rear. There is a roof hatch with ring mount. Vehicle can be armed with 7. Vehicle can tow light trailers or artillery pieces, such as mortars. Other sources report that this vehicle is fitted with a 3-liter diesel, developing hp.
Engine is mated to a 5-speed automatic transmission.
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The Enok was especially designed to be deployed in harsh terrains and bad weather situations. Soldiers love abbreviations, and therefore the "G" actually had to be in the very good graces of the men in uniform. However, soldiers also long flowery nicknames for their vehicles, which is why the Mercedes G is referred to as the "Wolf" within the German Army. And its armoured equivalent as "Enok".
Mercedes LAPV Enok