The Oceanic showcases more images of the Chariot/Spartan IFV family. Includes a bonus vehicle as well.
The Chariot M85 was the initial product, but the military was also seeking more options for custom designs and variants at a cheap and innovative fashion. Then the Spartan counterpart was born.
The M85M acts our medium support vehicle for Main Battle tank and also used for reconnaissance. The M85M sports a 100mm gun, an APS laser, and carried a crew of 4. Armor is thick enough to withstand against light artillery shells and is also equipped with explosive reactive armor.
The top showing the APS, and a field optic that uses infrared and night vision senors.
The M85A is equipped with a traditional 30mm autocannon.
The M85A firing the anti-tank missile.
The Spartan platforms serve as innovative counterparts of the Chariot and use automated turrets controled by the driver or an optional gunner.
The M23A with a 100mm coilgun.
The M23B serves as an anti air variant and can also be used against other armored vehicles. Sporting two 100mm coilguns.
Another shot of the M23B
The Chariot M85SAM is a dedicated surface-to-air missile launcher. Equipped with active laser protection.
The M32APC can carry up to 12 personnel. Equipped with integrated ERA.
This is an old Sherry II prototype light tank that now serves as a commercial unit for other nations to make under a license fee. Equipped with a 100mm gun, an M2 machinegun, and two anti tank missiles. The tank only sees limited services in the Oceanic Trading Federation military branch.