According to the manufacturer, the Bruiser 112 is cost effective, providing superior protection at a reasonable price while also being highly customisable, adapting the vehicle to cater to a variety of customer requirements.
The Bruiser 112 APC is flexible enough to be serviced and maintained in any environment with low running costs compared to the industry. Furthermore, due to its ease of transportation, the vehicle can fit into a standard shipping container making the process efficient and robust.
“The specific logistic design intent was to make Bruiser 112 easy to transport. With minimal preparations, the vehicle can be transported within a standard shipping container.” Bruisertech Pty (Ltd) said.
Bruiser 112 is capable of carrying a crew of 12 (2 up front and 10 in the back) with a wheelbase of 3,500mm and a ground clearance of 365mm makes Bruiser a combat vehicle that stands out from the crowd. The Kerb weight of 8,500kg and an outstanding payload of 4,500kg, makes the Bruiser 112 a vehicle not to be messed with.
As a result of its design philosophy, the Bruiser 112 APC was designed to avoid high-tech electronics which require specialised servicing and repairs, incorporating a highly modular design to accommodate many upgradable features and functions to allow for a total custom build solution.
Features of the Bruiser 112 APC
Upgradable ballistic protection
Anti-lock brake system (ABS)
Run-flat inserts (RFI)
Central tyre inflation system (CTIS)
Public address system
Weapons solutions including turrets
Fire suppression systems
Capability of the Bruiser 112 APC
MAX SPEED: 120 KILOMETRES PER HOUR
PAYLOAD: 4,500 KILOGRAMS
OPERATING RANGE: 1000 KILOMETRES
BALLISTICS: STANAG 1 PROTECTION
BLAST: STANAG 3A/3B PROTECTION
BRUISER 112 VARIANTS
As a modular design, the Bruiser 112 APC can accommodates various upgradable features and functions to allow for a total custom build solution. Variants include, but are not limited to: