The Ajban 447A Multi-Role Armoured Vehicles are designed for use in a wide range of specialist military roles. They offer high levels of survivability, mobility, and firepower. The seven-seater 447A features a highly configurable armoured cabin, designed for functions such as:
The vehicles offer a modular design based on a conventional powertrain layout, with scalable levels of ballistic, mine blast, and IED protection. No matter how arduous the terrain, its independent suspension system makes every ride comfortable.
A highly mobile 4x4 protected vehicle, the Ajban 440A incorporates the latest technologies in ballistic and blast protection. Designed for the harshest environments, the vehicle offers exceptional off-road capabilities, unparalleled reliability, and high performance.
Due to the modular nature of the vehicle, it can be configured to suit a variety of operational roles and catering for various mission systems. This allows user to have a single fleet for a multitude of requirements whilst ensuring common logistic support and thereby lower the lifecycle cost.
The AJBAN 420 is a highly mobile 4x4 vehicle with a two crew cabin featuring a rear cargo platform. This allows users to configure the vehicle to transport various cargo or fit a variety of shelters based on operational requirements. The vehicle offers exceptional off-road capability and offers unparalleled reliability and performance.
NIMR vehicles are designed to meet military standards, with their lifespan far exceeding that of militarised commercial vehicles, up-armoured vehicles or those based on commercial drivelines.
The Ajban 440 is has a four-crew cabin and cargo bay that can be configured for a variety of roles including troop transport, cargo, logistics and support. Designed to meet the harshest operational environment this ensure that not only front line vehicles are afforded mobility but all logistic support vehicles have the same on- and off-road capability.
With a common powertrain and driveline throughout the Ajban range this ensures commonality of training, maintenance and spare parts to reduce the logistic footprint.
The Ajban 450 is an SUV completing the soft-skin range of vehicles. Offering excellent crew comfort, capable of transporting 4 to 8 personnel with the same provide capability through the Ajban range.
The enclosed rear compartment can be configured for additional troop transportation or for various C4I equipment depending on the user requirement and operational environment.
The NIMR AJBAN Internal Security Vehicle (ISV) is a fast deployment internal security, riot and crowd control personnel carrier. The vehicle is designed to transport up to ten fully equipped troops both on and off road in all weather conditions. Featuring a military grade armoured cabin, the base ISV can withstand a variety of ballistic threats and other threats typical in riot situations such as fire.
NIMR vehicles are designed to meet military standards, with their lifespan far exceeding that of militarised commercial vehicles, up-armoured vehicles or those based on commercial drivelines. ISV is available with a wide range of non-lethal crowd control systems and mission equipment to meet a variety of customer requirements.
The NIMR AJBAN Long Range Special Operations Vehicle (LRSOV) is an open-top 4x4 long-range reconnaissance vehicle designed for use by Special Forces. Light and powerful, capable of accessing all terrains in addition to being helicopter transportable, the vehicle can be customised to accommodate a range of user specified equipment.
The AJBAN LRSOV is based on NIMR’s multi-purpose platform, developed to meet various military requirements from utility vehicles to fully protected tactical vehicles. The LRSOV seats 4 crew with an optional 5th seat, providing all round situational awareness and self-defence from a high mounted heavy machine gun ring and gun mounts at all crew positions. The vehicle can optionally be fitted with ballistic and blast protection.
The modular configuration of the vehicles allows for multi-mission variants to suit the user requirements, with NIMR developing bespoke configurations from base vehicle architecture if required.