The Royal Thai Navy (RTN) has chosen domestic company Panus Assembly to modernise its V-150 4×4 armoured vehicles. To be re-designated as the HMV-150, they will be equipped with various weapons, feature thicker armour and have a higher performance. The car has thicker armor, and with higher performance. The new structure is designed to be strong and comfortable in the interior space. The HMV-150 weighs 16 tons. The car is 6.5 meters long and 2.5 meters wide. Armor side and roof top 12 mm thick, under the 16 mm thick belly, protects the surrounding fire and protects the explosives well. Conveyor models equipped with armored fortresses around the body. The truck version is equipped with automatic weapons. Controlling the shot from the inside of the car. Replacing the Cummins isle +350 8.9 liters Euro 3 with 350 horsepower, giving the car a top speed of 110 km/h. Alison 4500 sp 6 speed automatic transmission. The 3.5-meter narrower version of the revised Commando V-150, the new HMV-150, will allow the army to operate the car for decades.
Credit Sompong Nondhasa (Battlefield Defense)