Polaris Defense internationally debuts its DAGOR ultra-light vehicle at IDEX in Abu Dhabi, UAE from February 22 through 26. Already seen domestically, this will be the first look for Polaris Defense customers in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) area.

Built to carry up to nine persons, the DAGOR represents the largest of the new offerings from the recently expanded Polaris Defense division of Polaris Industries Incorporated. Polaris Defense is working in conjunction with U.S. light forces to fill the transportation needs of light infantry and special forces troops in extreme off-road conditions.

Continue reading my review on the Polaris Dagor Ultralight Vehicle.

Why it matters

Polaris Dagor Ultralight Vehicle High Resolution Exterior
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Intended to fill a mobility gap for troops in rugged terrain, the DAGOR is smaller than a Hummer — though with similar personnel payloads — and larger than the Polaris MV850 and MRZR models. This lightweight vehicle is easily air-lifted into theaters of operation using common U.S. military aircraft. Boasting an On-Demand All-Wheel Drive, safety exoskeleton and TERRAINARMOR airless tires, the DAGOR offers control and protection to the operator and occupants while adding comfort that should reduce fatigue. Bottom line is: the DAGOR gets them through rough terrain safely and in better shape to fight than the currently available options do.

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