The armor of the new Chinese Mule transporter protects cargo from enemy fire

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Chinese private armory the company showed a new unmanned transporter that can transport ammunition and ammunition over difficult terrain and support ground units with fire during their confrontation with the enemy.

Developer Zhong Tian Zhi Kong Technology Holdings Company named his creation Mule-200. It was shown at an exhibition in Abu Dhabi last week.



The Mul-200 is positioned as a multi-purpose tracked conveyor designed to accompany infantry and transport goods. It was created on a modular basis, due to which it can be used to carry out various missions: from warfare to data relay.

Unlike most analogues that carry a payload from the outside, the Mule stores it behind its armor, providing protection against weapons. The vehicle weighs 500 kg and can carry 200 kg. The maximum speed is 50 km / h, range - 50 km. It is able to overcome obstacles 600 mm high.

As stated, Mule is a technically mature product and is ready for military supplies. As China prepares for war with a focus on unmanned systems, the new product is expected to be in demand on the PLA.
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  1. -3
    March 2 2020
    As China prepares for war focusing on unmanned systems the new product is expected to be in demand on the PLA.
    The Chinese will die out of the coronavirus, and the glands themselves will fight)). bully P.C. Somewhere already there is something similar.
    1. 0
      March 2 2020
      The armor of the new Chinese Mule transporter protects cargo from enemy fire
      the name "donkey" is more appropriate. I see that.
  2. 0
    March 2 2020
    that the chassis elements somehow look flimsy both to withstand automatic fire and for long-term operation away from asphalt
    1. +1
      March 2 2020
      The chassis is locked in carts, as in old light tanks, such as the T-26 or L6 / 40 laughing
      1. -1
        March 2 2020
        There is no reception against scrap. I wonder what kind of breakage protection this conveyor has? How thick can reinforcer stop it? wassat
      2. 0
        March 2 2020
        Yes, no, I'm talking about the performance, as if made of plastic, and it hurts a little thin, delicate
        1. -1
          March 2 2020
          Fashion trends RT Gucci hi
      3. -5
        March 2 2020
        And it is right. This is a kind of light tank. Ground clearance is large.
        And diamond shape for better cross.
        Only a little load takes. 200 kg is not enough. But you can still
        and pack outside.
        1. -3
          March 2 2020
          Quote: voyaka uh
          Only a little load takes. 200 kg is not enough. But you can still
          and pack outside.

          Limitations are not in volume, but in capacity. If it is designed for 200 kg, then at least inside, even outside it will no longer pull.
  3. -1
    March 2 2020
    Difficult for just the suspension looks like it is adjustable.
    1. +1
      March 2 2020
      Unfortunately, we don’t have anything like that at all. There was once a car on the base of Luaz. In general, good or bad but was, now not. And not any messages that something is being developed. More precisely, there is something on an initiative basis, but the Moscow Region is not interested. And this is surprising.
      1. -1
        March 2 2020
        There was once a car on the base of Luaz.
        You probably mean a vehicle for the evacuation of the wounded from the battlefield with a low ground clearance and an open top? He was nicknamed "the corpse car" in the army.
        1. -1
          March 2 2020
          The clearance there was quite decent.
      2. -2
        March 2 2020
        Quote: YOUR
        Unfortunately we don’t have anything like it at all.

        We have quadrics and snowmobiles with a trailer and sleigh. Cheaper, easier to maintain .. hi
        Are transport drones needed on the battlefield covered by electronic warfare? hi
      3. -1
        March 2 2020
        Quote: YOUR
        Unfortunately, we don’t have anything like that at all. There was once a car on the base of Luaz.

        It seems they are betting on ATVs and snowmobiles. request
        1. +1
          March 2 2020
          How to a vehicle for the transportation of ammunition, the delivery of the wounded to medical posts, the transport of property during marches? You know, it’s not funny.
          Moreover, quadras and snowmobiles are absent in ordinary parts. The special forces may still be in question. If you take a little time here to look for a description of the exercises of the Airborne Forces in my summer, there is a listing of airborne assets. Less than a dozen ATV platoon intelligence. As a vehicle for 2 people with weapons, yes. The rest is by.
    2. 0
      March 2 2020
      The Chinese will fall under the artillery bomb and forget about their Mule.
  4. -1
    March 2 2020
    It’s just interesting, but are we developing something like that? Not all fighters, on their ridge, carry everything you need!
  5. +1
    March 2 2020
    The chassis is not credible. But, the angle of entry is good. However, tracks on mud and clay will be just skiing.
  6. -1
    March 2 2020
    Here a different approach is needed:
    1. Hint to Israel or Ukraine that China is interested in a trophy conveyor.
    2. Copy.

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