The car was developed by the well-known American All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) manufacturer "North Star", and its products have been sold to more than 30 countries and regions.
When the U.S. military tendered light all-terrain multipurpose vehicles, the MV850 and MRZR developed by Polaris won a contract.
It's just that the MV850 is similar to a four-wheeled motorcycle, equipped with a gasoline engine, and can carry one person. The MRZR is closer to a car, equipped with a diesel engine, and can carry 2 or 4 people.
There are two models of MRZR, MRZR-D2 and MRZR-D4. The former is a single-row seat with a capacity of 2 people. This article is all MRZR-D4, double-row seat, carrying 4 people.
The MRZR-D2 has excellent maneuverability, can meet the needs of air transportation, can perform a variety of tasks, and has excellent durability. MRZR-D4 is an ultra-light tactical off-road vehicle, which has been proven to have all the characteristics of MRZR-D2 and has a larger payload.
The roll cage can be tilted forward and folded as needed to reduce the height to enter the cabin of the MV-22B Osprey tilt rotor. When entering the CH-53E "Super Stallion" transport helicopter, there is no need to fold the roll cage. The cabin height of the CH-53E is higher than that of the MV-22B. The MRZR series is being equipped with US troops one after another. From the photos, the number of MRZR-D4 is more. At present, the U.S. military is conducting a test of a "DAGOR (Advanced Off-Road Deployable Multipurpose Vehicle)", which is also developed by Polaris and has a larger shape that can carry 9 people and corresponding weapons.