SME Times News Bureau | 07 Feb, 2014
Ashok Leyland Thursday showcased its next-generation vehicles including Super Stallion 6x6 and Super Stallion 10x10 intended to meet heavy load-carrying requirements of the army at the Defexpo in New Delhi.
Ashok Leyland executive director (LCV and defence) Nitin Seth said the company had already provided nearly 70,000 Stallion trucks to the army.
He said the Stallion 6x6 and 10x10 had capacity to carry heavy loads, and the axles of the trucks were movable in keeping with the needs of the army.
"We feel these trucks will successfully meet future needs of the army. These are vehicles that incorporate latest techniques," Seth told agency.
Ashok Leyland is the flagship of the Hinduja Group and a leading manufacturer of commercial vehicles in India with a USD 2.5 billion turnover in 2010-11.