Allison Transmission and Team Lynx Win Contract for Next Phases of U.S. Army’s Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle Program
Team Lynx, led by ARV, will now provide detailed designs, test and build prototypes of Next Generation Combat Vehicle equipped with Allison’s eGen Force electric hybrid.
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The Allison eGen Force™ electric hybrid system delivers optimal acceleration and braking, precision steering and true engine-off silent mobility, which are critical differentiators for combat vehicles like the
“Allison Transmission is proud to partner with ARV and all members of Team Lynx—Textron Systems, Raytheon, L3Harris Technologies and
The XM30 Combat Vehicle program (formerly OMFV) is the priority ground modernization five-phased program for the
The Allison eGen Force features fully integrated autonomy-enabling drive, steer and braking systems. The eGen Force benefits from Allison’s more than two decades of electric hybrid system experience as well as its tracked vehicle system knowledge refined over seven decades. The advanced propulsion solution features a 220-kilowatt electric motor and associated inverter for on-board vehicle power and parallel electric hybrid operation. Beyond power generation for auxiliary system capability development, the propulsion solution provides enhanced mobility performance and efficiency with a significant reduction in fuel consumption and reduced thermal and acoustic signatures.
To learn more about the Allison eGen Force and Team Lynx, visit allisontransmission.com.
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