Manufacturer: Jankel Armouring Ltd  
Product type: Auxiliary Vehicles  
Name: Patrol Vehicle  

The Fox fleet of light tactical 4x4 vehicles combines the strengths and reliabilities of a trusted OEM platform with enhancements that have never been seen before on a commercially available base vehicle.

It’s got the heart and soul of a Toyota, with the OE reliability, durability and customisation that brings. And now it comes with increased agility and modularity, bringing off-road performance and weight-carrying capacity that exceeds all expectations.

Fox LRPV (Long Range Patrol Vehicle) brings operational effectiveness to extended missions.

Fox LRPV allows between 4 and 6 occupants to cover more distance over longer periods. The platform firepower, manoeuvrability and supportability make it ideal for many roles from border patrol to surveillance/reconnaissance, first support/force protection, convoy support and use in urban operations. The vehicle offers a highly mobile fire support and tactical force protection platform and caters for a range of weaponry with configurable mounts at locations around the platform.

The vehicle has been developed to allow users to cover more distance over longer periods without failure with the ultimate goals to push into areas where the enemy would not expect it or manage extensive borders more effectively.

The vehicle offers a highly mobile fre support and tactical force protection platform. Holding between 4-6 occupants the Fox LRPV caters for a range of weaponry including, General Purpose Machine Gun (GPMG), Heavy Machine Gun (HMG 0.50) and Automatic Grenade Launcher (AGL) with confgurable mounts at locations around the platform.

The platform frepower, manoeuvrability and supportability makes it ideal for a number of roles including surveillance / reconnaissance, fre support / force protection, convoy support and use in urban operations.


  • Max speed: 170km/hr

  • Approach Angle: 35° - 45°

  • Ground Clearance: 260mm

  • Departure Angle: 28°- 32°

  • Wading: 700mm

  • Breakover angle: 150°

  • Fuels: Diesel or Petrol

  • Step climb: 300mm

  • Fuel Capacity: 180 litres (270 litre optional)

  • Range: (typical) 1500km

  • High Payload (specification dependent)

Typical Equipment Options

  • Rear traversing ring with mount for 7.62 mm MG/.50 cal MG/40 mm AGL and universal ammunition box holders

  • Front elevating commander’s seat with swing arm weapon mount

  • Recovery equipment

  • Zoned armour

  • Run-flat tyres

  • Weapon mount specific to customer

  • Storage cages and equipment racks

  • Communications fits (specific to customer)

  • NATO slave socket

  • 24V vehicle conversion

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Last Contracts:
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(Close Date)
Unit cost
Jul 2018
(Dec 2018)
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