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Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Iran shows off unmanned robot battlefield car that can carry missiles

A new unmanned car for battle has been unveiled in Iran that sports a mechanical arm and missile casings, complete with a camera on top.

Showed off at the Iran's Armed Forces Day, the Nazir robot car includes cylindrical casings that can hold two missiles and has a camera turret mounted on a pivot at the front that provides remote drivers to see what exactly lays ahead the mean machine.

A Popular Science report notes that the robot battlefield car has small clusters of grenade dischargers mounted at both the front and rear to release clouds of smoke to obscure it from enemy fire.

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