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An Enok of the German Army
|Place of origin||Germany|
|Used by||German Army|
|Manufacturer||Mercedes-Benz, Armoured Car Systems (ACS)|
|Weight||5.4 tonnes (6.0 short tons)|
|Length||4.82 m (15.8 ft)|
|Width||1.90 m (6.2 ft)|
|Remote-controlled turret with a Rheinmetall MG3 or HK GMG|
|Engine||OM642 270, 6-cylinder diesel engine
135 kW (184 hp)
|700 km (430 mi)|
|Speed||95 km/h (59 mph)|
It features protection according to NATO STANAG 4569 Level 2 against rifle fire, land mines and improvised explosive devices. The Enok was especially designed to be deployed in harsh terrains and bad weather situations.
A first batch of 247 vehicles has been ordered by the Bundeswehr, with deliveries scheduled between 2008 and 2013.
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