The GPMRV family has long been a staple of the UFS military, providing a highly versatile vehicle with low maintenance costs and high survivability. The GPMRV was mass produced at first incarnation as the C100- while useful and highly adaptable, the troops inside suffered with severe mine suceptibility as well as a laughably designed rear hatch. The C106 has fixed all of that.
The C106 is a recent addition to the UFS military, with procurement starting in 2022, just in time for the "Red Dawn" of the Mumbai Pact invasion of Alaska. It offers an uprated engine, class 1.75 mine resistance, heavy armor, and, most importantly, two extra troops. Armed with the standard 12.7 mm MG and ATGM, the standard C106 is about as good in combat as is predecessors, however, it one-ups them by having increased armor and speed. It is officially nicknamed the "Husky" but most troops call it the Lobo.
Redesigned- AGAIN because I was not satisfied with the old one, and because the group is undergoing a transformation.
The GMPRV is a relatively tall vehicle, a result of the V hull incorporated into the design to survive against mines and IEDs. Still, it is agile enough to perform basic squad level service and has been the face of the UFS Army for three years.
I focused much of my time designing an attractive door solution as well as a generally clean look for the back.
Finally a four door! Front/ engine remains largely the same, and this also features the same abysmal fuzzy photos that has plagued me tonight.
An absolutely atrocious shot of the rear. Man, what was I thinking when I took this?