FNSS emphasized that it was ready for IDEF’21, with an image it posted on its social media accounts on 25 May.
There are two vehicles under covers, one wheeled and the other tracked, in the image. Various details indicate that these may be new vehicles.
Only a part of the wheeled vehicle can be seen from under the cover. When the visible parts of the vehicle are examined, several different points stand out. The first of these is that this part is the front of the vehicle considering the headlights and rear view mirror. The other thing is the position of the front wheel. The fact that the front wheel is located well in front of the vehicle body means that the vehicle has a high approach angle, indicating that the vehicle can climb very steep obstacles.
Similarly, only a section of the tracked vehicle can be seen from under the cover. Although it is not possible to make a definite conclusion as to whether the visible part is the front or the rear, the low profile of the vehicle and the metal tracks catch the eye. The low profile of the vehicle indicates that it may be an unmanned platform.