In 2019, Germany and Great Britain agreed to jointly procure a successor to the BV 206 under the name Collaborative All-Terrain Vehicle (CATV). The Netherlands and Sweden have joined the program. The aim is to share the acquisition costs associated with a new platform on chain.
The joint procurement program is coordinated by Sweden. There is also the headquarters of the manufacturer Hägglunds (which belongs to BAE Systems), which produced the BV 206 and the successor model BvS 10. Technical details about the successor are not yet known. The basic requirement is at least equal cross-country mobility, especially in snow and in difficult terrain.
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