The Egyptian Army's shock cavalry vehicle, the War Chariot.
About this creation
MANUFACTURER: Egyptian Army
POWERPLANT: hydrogen fuel cell turbo-cycler
TOP SPEED: 170 mph
ARMAMENT: four armor-piercing missiles/two heavy machine guns
ARMOR: titanium plate
The ancient Egyptian chariots of war were elite in their time. Heavily inspired by them, the Egyptian Army decided they must build the modern analog to the ancient war vehicle.
The new War Chariot is a 'shock cavalry' unit. The missiles are controlled by a highly advanced, autonomous computer. The missiles use fire-and-forget technology. When it attacks, it arrives at the target area at lightning speed, fires away at the target, then leaves. It then comes back around to the target area, fires again, and leaves. This looping pattern continues until the target is destroyed and/or the objective is reached. This tactic was developed, of course, from the chariots of old.
The chariot is much too fast to attract a large volume of fire. Your best chance at hitting it is if you are facing it head-on, but if that's the case, you're probably its target. The driver is also very well protected- he is completely encased in an advanced composite transparent material, as well as titanium plating. Ballistics testing on the transparent composite prove all small-arms to be useless against it.
This is the War Chariot-B, with dual machine guns. It's primary purpose is to cover the missile chariots from infantry. A similar computer controls the turret.