One of the newcomers at DSEi, Modern Day Marine and AUSA 2007 expos was the from the US company . Originally developed to meet the company’s requirements for secure transportation in high threat areas. The vehicle uses a unique ‘diamond hull’ design that consists of a V shaped hull and sloped walls, offering protection against both roadside bomb and under-belly attacks. The vehicle’s armor is made primarily of layered steel plates, combined with air gaps and layered composites to mitigate blast and behind-armor effect. Providing an enhanced protection against advanced threats including s, is one of the contenders for the US Marine Corps Mine Resistant Ambush Protected ( II) program. It is also being considered for the British MPPV program. The vehicle’s diamond hull shell is attached to a Seagraye chassis, powered by a 330 hp caterpillar C7/3126E turbo-diesel engine. The cab and body are separate and can be removed and installed on the chassis within eight hours. The vehicle has a gross vehicle weight of about 15 tons (30,000 lbs). It can accommodate 8-10 soldiers and the driver seated in blast protected seats or on benches. It is fitted with side, front and rear replaceable armored windows, and multiple firing ports.