SmarTruck I

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The SmarTruck I was engineered by the U.S. Army Tank-automotive and Armaments Command's National Automotive Center (NAC) from a modified Ford F-350. This is a prototype of the SmarTruck II combat vehicle.

NAC executive director Dennis Wend says that he was inspired by a James Bond film when producing the SmarTrucks.

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The SmarTruck I is an 11,000-pound (5,000 kg), 8-foot-wide (2.4 m), 22-foot-long (6.7 m) vehicle. It has a cost of about $750,000.


The SmarTruck I has electrified door handles, pepper spray nozzles, cameras arranged to cover 360°, a fogger, and a laser gun. The window glass is bullet-resistant.

The SmarTruck I uses a fingerprint system as part of its anti-theft and security systems.

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