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DSA 2024: Nurol Makina showcases NMS 4×4 armoured vehicle

The NMS 4×4, displayed at the DSA 2024 exhibition, features a V-shaped monocoque body. The vehicle has the capacity to carry 11 personnel. (Janes/Kapil Kajal)

Turkish company Nurol Makina showcased its NMS 4×4 armoured vehicle at the Defence Services Asia (DSA) 2024 exhibition held in Kuala Lumpur from 6 to 9 May.

A Nurol Makina spokesperson told Janes at the show that the company has partnered with Malaysian firm Nadicorp Holdings to offer the NMS 4×4 to the Malaysian Army.

“There are no orders for this system as of now but we [Nurol Makina] are expecting an order from the Malaysian Army soon,” the spokesperson said.

The vehicle was seen undergoing trials with the Malaysian Army in December 2023.

According to company specifications, the NMS 4×4 features a V-shaped monocoque body and has the capacity to carry 11 personnel.

The vehicle is equipped with a run-flat tyre system, remote-controlled weapon station, left- and right-hand adopted gun loops, rectifier, built-in radio infrastructure, gunpowder smoke evacuation fans, and mine-resistant ambush-protected-level ballistic protection.

The NMS 4×4 is available in air-defence, 2.75-inch missile, personnel carrier, armoured combat, reconnaissance and surveillance, anti-tank missile, radar, loitering munition, and mortar vehicle versions.

Nurol Makina has already supplied its Ejder Yalçın 4×4 vehicle to the Malaysian Army for use in United Nations (UN) peacekeeping operations.

For more information, please seeEjder Yalçin .

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