AM General
 Vehicle Lineup


Over 35 years ago, AM General developed, tested, and launched what has now become the most iconic light tactical vehicle in the world.

Over the course of nearly four decades, Humvee has evolved and kept pace with the changing landscape. This is not the same Humvee that deployed to Panama in 1989. Throughout the life of this proven platform, our engineers have developed solutions from greater payload capacity, added safety, and increased power, to variants that meet specific requirements such as the narrow body version that fits in a CH-47 helicopter.

Additionally, we are expanding our product portfolio to augment the light tactical vehicle weight spectrum. Our work towards a strategic partnership with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has resulted in the Jeep® Gladiator XMT Concept, which fits between the X-LT3 and Humvee family of vehicles.

The All-New


The All-New


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NXT 360


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NXT 360

The Humvee NXT 360 is AM General’s next generation light tactical vehicle and is equipped with more power, higher gross vehicle weight, better handling, and improved protection.

Key features include greater survivability, improved off road mobility, higher payload capacity, enhanced stopping capability, and increased power.

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MPT


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MPT


Concept Vehicle

The Humvee Multi-Purpose Truck (MPT) is a commercial base 4x4 platform chassis truck (cab and chassis).

It has a 8,391 kg (18,500 lb) GVW and 2,359 kg (5,200 lb) payload capacity engineered to serve the extreme-environment needs of energy, mining, industrial, and government customers around the world. This truck is designed to allow customers to configure payload modules customized to their specific needs and provides a multi-purpose platform capable of integrating various modules, weapons, and additional internal components.

Other AM General Vehicles

The 155MM Mobile Howitzer System directly supports the mission of field artillery to destroy, neutralize, or suppress the enemy.

The advanced recoil system design substantially reduces recoil energy transferred to the carriage and firing platform enabling lighter more mobile platforms enabling faster emplacement and displacement.