The Indian Army has taken delivery of an undisclosed number of Quick Reaction Fighting Vehicles (QRFVs) from local defense firm Tata Advanced Systems Limited.
The company shared a 12-second video on Twitter showing many QRFVs being delivered to the armed forces.
According to Tata, the armored vehicle will enhance the operational capabilities of the Indian Army for future conflicts.
It would also enhance military readiness for conflict as tensions along the country’s borders with China grow.
The QRFV is not the first indigenous vehicle the army has inducted this year. In April, the service received the Infantry Protected Mobility Vehicle and the Monocoque Hull Multi-Role Mine-Protected Armored Vehicle developed by Bharat Forge.