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International FTTS
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Service history
Used by US Army
Production history
Designer International Truck
Manufacturer Navistar International Corporation
Produced 2007–
Number built Prototypes
Specifications
Weight Curb 13,700 lb / 6,100 kg
GVW 20,000 lb / 8,900 kg[1]
Length 215" / 546 cm
 length 161.7" / 411 cm(wheelbase)
Width 82" / 208 cm (body)
92" / 234 cm (tires)
Height adjustable, 82.5" / 209 cm operational height
Crew 2

Armor Variable level armor kits
Primary
armament
remote weapon station
Engine Front: MIM 3.0L I4 diesel
Rear: Electric motor
289 kW (387 hp) peak power
Transmission 5 speed auto
Suspension double wishbone independent, 4x4 with four wheel steering
Ground clearance 14.5"- 20" (at differentials)
Fuel capacity 80 gal
Operational
range
600 miles

The International FTTS (Future Tactical Truck System) demonstrator UV (Utility Vehicle) is a technology demonstration vehicle designed by International Truck for evaluation by the US Army, who along with the US Marine Corps are hoping to replace the aging HMMWV as part of the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle program. It has undergone testing by 5th Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division and 14th Engineer Battalion at the Aberdeen Proving Grounds and Fort Lewis, along with Lockheed Martin's FTTS UV demonstrator and Armor Holdings' Maneuver Sustainment Vehicle.[2][3]

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