The British Army found a few shortcomings in their “Snatch” Land Rover while helping out with the conflicts in both Iraq and Afghanistan, so they looked for replacement vehicle and found one in the form of the Ocelot by Force Protection. It’s now part of the defense giant General Dynamics, with the Ocelot is powered by a Steyr M16-Monoblock six-cylinder Diesel engine and capable of carrying four fully quipped infantry along with a driver plus a commander. Air transportable via C-17, C-130, or the CH-47 helicopter, the Ocelot’s v-hull undercarriage increases survivability against mine or IED blasts, unlike the Snatch. Its agility is the most impressive aspect of it, which is thanks to design consultations with BMW, World Rally Championship teams, and Formula One specialist, McLaren. With inputs from McLaren’s F1 team, the engine can be switch out in just 30 minutes. Its modular design also means if one of the wheels is damaged during an attack, the vehicle is still drivable on just three wheels. It’s now being used by Royal Army in Afghanistan.