GM Infantry Squad Vehicle
The General motors Defense recently entered into an agreement worth $214 million with the United States Armed Forces for the production of the GM Infantry Squad Vehicle. This vehicle is specifically designed to be fast and light enough to drive through any kind of land without issues. The design of the GM Infantry Squad Vehicle can be traced back to the structure of the Chevrolet ZR2. The ISV consumes up to 90% of the ready-made automotive components brought from the production vehicle. This vehicle is not only capable of being transported from one place to another while sitting in a Chinook helicopter but can also be attached to the Blackhawk and moved while in a state of suspension. The major distinguishing factor between the commercially available Colorado and the Infantry Squad Vehicle lies in the structure of their bodies. The Infantry Squad vehicle takes a minimalistic approach to its design and adopts only the most functional portion of the car's skeleton. In addition to this, the vehicle also consists of fenders that are capable of being assembled into various designs as well as a very sophisticated and complex-structured hood.