GM’s defense arm, American Rheinmetall win U.S. army contract for trucks

General Motors‘ defense arm and American Rheinmetall Vehicles said on Monday that they have won a contract for the first phase of the U.S. Army’s Common Tactical Truck Program.

The multi-phased program aims to replace the army’s family of heavy tactical trucks with the production of up to 40,000 trucks valued at up to $14 billion.

Under the contract, the companies will provide their HX3 Common Tactical Truck, which will support advanced driver assistance systems and are enabled for autonomous vehicle operation.

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