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The first public demonstration of the latest "Platform-O" tractors

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In honor of the Victory Day in Naberezhnye Chelny, the first public demonstration of promising cars developed by the Special Vehicles Company Remdizel JSC in the framework of the ROC Platform O was held.





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  1. NEXUS
    NEXUS 11 May 2017 09: 31
    +1
    Purely visually, some kind of angular ... I understand that the main thing in the army is functionality and reliability, but ... damn, at least a little work on the design ...
    1. You Vlad
      You Vlad 11 May 2017 10: 37
      +1
      This photo is not good, in the video goodWell, steel is armor, you will not bend much.
  2. TPAKTOP
    TPAKTOP 11 May 2017 10: 22
    +7
    Norm design do not drive
  3. Potter
    Potter 11 May 2017 10: 31
    +1
    Design is secondary garbage. The main thing is how well developed and reliable the drive of these machines is. Instead of a mechanical drive, as on machines of the MZKT family, a diesel-electric drive and motor wheels are used here. Here are all questions to its sophistication and reliability. This design is progressive, other countries are working on it, but it seems that there are no serial copies of military all-wheel drive vehicles. And in the USSR, the experience of using motor wheels on mining trucks was only on BELAZ.
    1. You Vlad
      You Vlad 11 May 2017 10: 41
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      Quote: Potter
      other countries, but it seems that there are no serial copies of military all-wheel drive vehicles

      You’re in vain, they’ll peck, this is what turns out again, having no analogues in the world wassat
  4. Waran
    Waran 11 May 2017 13: 21
    +1

    In my opinion, an interesting, promising and necessary (in spite of the buttock) platform!
  5. thinker
    thinker 11 May 2017 15: 43
    0
    Yesterday Platform, today Platform. KamAZ-78504
  6. In100gram
    In100gram 11 May 2017 23: 15
    +1
    A very promising topic. But technically, of course, complicated. There will be a lot of electronics
  7. Potter
    Potter 12 May 2017 09: 07
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    Quote: you Vlad
    Quote: Potter
    other countries, but it seems that there are no serial copies of military all-wheel drive vehicles

    You’re in vain, they’ll peck, this is what turns out again, having no analogues in the world wassat

    "not having an analogue in the world" does not apply to electric propulsion. We recall the "Ferdinand" with an electric transmission, at least. Or a post-war diesel-electric bus ZIS-154 (a copy of the American counterpart).
    In 1985-87, the MZKT developed a chassis under the theme "Tselina" - a wheeled carrier of a rocket located on the Molodets BZDK. With a load of 150t and a gross weight of 220t. Two chassis were developed - 2 with 7906 axles (8x16) and mechanical transmission and 16 with 7907 axles (12x24) with electromechanical transmission. Both the first did not go because of the load of 24 tons per axle, the second because of the incompleteness and low transmission efficiency, and the topic was turned off - Gorbachevschina, damn it.
    The second approach was in 1990 - the chassis for poplar M, was also made in 2 versions, 7922 mechanics and 7923 with a purely electric transmission and motor wheels. But, you understand, after 1990 came 1991, and that’s it.
    Later, when the work was resumed, there was no money and time for experiments, the 79221 chassis with mechanics went into the series.
    Power transmission is more promising than mechanics. In mechanics, almost the limit of perfection has been reached, but it is very complex - in the chassis 16x16 45 driveshafts. There is no perfection in electric transmission yet. Electric motors, and transformers, and electronics are also developing. But the equipment must be brought to reliability and performance in any climatic conditions. As far as I know, this is not yet. KAMAZ took a risky path, it was easier to copy Minsk cars with mechanics. So the Chinese copied the mechanics, now they are working on electric propulsion.