The most numerous of the designs is the GPMRV-Cargo. The "C" is not generally used in combat situations due to no rear protection, or even a weapon besides the driver's PDW. However, the GPMRV-C is useful for transporting weapons, ammo, and new troops to the front line. A slightly modified version, the GPMRV-Scout, is aesthetically the same as the GPMRV-C but contains a much more powerful radio and a GPS spotting system.
Manufacturer: General Dynamics Land Defense Systems (UFS branch)
Personnel: (varies, typically 2-6 depending on load)
Weight: 11 tonnes
Powerplant: Hadron Works HE-20JC generating 1000 HP thrust (full charge, best conditions)
Max Speed: 90 kph regulated, 130 modified
Year introduced: 2018
Functionality of the vehicle.
Many new modules are planned, including an ATGM carrier, and much more!
A shot of both vehicles in the snow, with figs.
Another scene taking advantage of the snow. The flatbed is a bit more visible here.