Under the contract, the company will deliver 24 upgraded BvS10 Viking mkII vehicle variants to the British Army.
Enhancements on the upgraded BvS10 Viking mkII include greater levels of protection, a larger and more powerful engine, a bigger more powerful alternator, and improved steering, suspension and brakes.
The vehicle will also have an improved payload capacity compared with its predecessor and will provide all-round protection against 7.62mm ball rounds.
The Viking is primarily used for troop transport and vehicle repair recovery vehicle and provides seating for a total of 12 men, including the driver. The vehicle can run at a speed of 65km/h on roads and 5km/h in water.
Of all the 24 vehicles to be delivered, 22 will be the troop-carrying variant and the remaining two will be set in command vehicle configuration.