The PARS 4x4 is designed to undertake special operational roles such as advanced surveillance, anti-tank and command and control.
The PARS 4x4 has a power-to-weight ratio of 25 Hp/ton, a low silhouette and amphibious capabilities. The vehicle with its crew of 4 can operate in deep and fast flowing waters without any preliminary preparation. Two propellers located at the rear provide the vehicle’s enhanced propulsion and manoeuvrability in the water.
The PARS 4x4 can operate on any rough terrain with a low centre of gravity, fully independent suspension system, ABS- assisted hydraulic disc brakes, low ground pressure and increased angles of approach and departure. The PARS 4x4 can climb 70% vertical slopes and can hold on 40% side slopes. It can also overcome 0.4 meters high vertical obstacles with ease. Thanks to the hydraulic recovery winch, located at the front of the vehicle, it has the ability to provide self-recovery when required.
The driver’s cabin features a transparent ballistic armour which offers a wide field of view for both the driver and the crew. The PARS 4x4 also provides the driver and the commander with integrated night and day vision cameras that enable operations in the dark with or without using blackout lights. The command and warning panels and the height-adjustable mine-protected seats have been specifically developed for the commander, driver, gunner and dismounts.
The mobility of the PARS 4x4 is enhanced by its central tire inflation system, and it also has a run flat capability thanks to its in-tire solid disc system. The PARS 4x4 can reach a maximum speed of 110 km/h on road and has a range of 700 km. It is fitted with an automatic transmission with an axle lock to enhance mobility on slippery surfaces and soft soil.
The vehicle is made of a ballistic hull, which provides protection against mines and improvised explosive devices (IED).
With its remarkable payload capacity, open architecture, and significant design, the vehicle is capable of carrying out various missions.