Polaris will debut its revolutionary mobility platform at DSEI in stand #H8-302 in London Sept. 14-17.

The firm say that the MRZR Alpha is the highest performing MRZR ever developed, providing superior off-road maneuverability and performance to global forces.

“The advanced platform supports requirements of U.S. Special Operations Command and the U.S. Marine Corps for a longer life-cycle while increasing performance and payload and maintaining internal, tactical air transportability. Polaris will also display its DAGOR and MRZR D4 light tactical vehicles and highlight its global training, engineering and integration capabilities.”

“The Polaris Government and Defense team here in the U.K. serves Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) customers, handling all configuration management to deliver a complete capability,” said Steve Canner, manager of EMEA, Polaris Government and Defense.

“The MRZR platform is widely used by global forces and we’re honored the global debut of the MRZR Alpha is here at DSEI. After the show, the vehicle will remain in the U.K. so we can schedule more in-depth briefings and MRZR Alpha demonstrations.”

First introduced in 2012, Polaris has continued to enhance the MRZR platform to meet the mission demands of the U.S. military, and over 50 allied forces worldwide – and the MRZR Alpha ups the ante once again.

“A new chassis provides a larger and more durable foundation for the latest MRZR, which is powered by a high-performance, yet quiet, 118 hp turbo-diesel engine and off-road tuned automotive 8-speed transmission. “This provides 220 ft-lbs of efficient torque that, when combined with a selectable locker for the 2WD/4WD drive system, delivers superior off-road maneuverability and handling in the most demanding environments, including deep sand. In the cab, there is increased exportable power, more cab space and a greater configurability.”

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Daniele Mandelli
Daniele Mandelli
12 hours ago

I thought that UKSF already operated Polaris / Dagor?

The RM have also trialled it at Braunton.

Reaper
Reaper
8 hours ago

Shame there’s not even any great pictures of the thing…

Crabfat
Crabfat
6 hours ago
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Reaper
Reaper
3 hours ago
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Thanks Crabfat

John F. MacMichael
John F. MacMichael
13 seconds ago
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Thank you! That was very helpful.

Mark
Mark
3 hours ago

I love how in promoting their new vehicle they accidentally outed that the Irish Army is a user, not something the Wing had confirmed in the past.