Automotive Technik is now part of Stewart & Stevenson's Tactical Vehicle Systems (TVS) Division. The Pinzgauer vehicle is generally regarded as the most advanced and mobile light utility vehicle in its class with an installed base of over 30,000 vehicles. ATL began manufacturing the vehicle in the late 1990s in Guildford, England. In addition to the standard 4 X 4 and a 6 X 6 configuration, ATL recently added a new Pinzgauer X-M (X-treme Mobility) model and an armored 6 X 6 variant. ATL has won major contracts in competitive tenders from the UK Ministry of Defence and the New Zealand Ministry of Defence, and is involved in a number of additional programs worldwide Together with our Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles (FMTV) in the medium to heavy range, the Pinzgauer will broaden and enhance Stewart & Stevenson's portfolio of world-class tactical vehicles that we design and produce for customers around the world."
Armor Holdings, Inc. - Subsidiary Industry Defense
Owner - BAE Systems
Parent - BAE Systems Land and Armaments
Divisions - Stewart & Stevenson
Headquarters Jacksonville, Florida, United States
Founded January 1, 1996
Stewart & Stevenson
Industry Manufacturing, Distribution, Rental and Parts & Service
Founders C. Jim Stewart and Joseph R. Stevenson
Headquarters Houston, Texas
Founded 1902, Houston, Texas
BAE Systems Land & Armaments
Industry - Defense
Products Military vehicles, artillery, naval guns, missile launchers and munitions
Parent BAE Systems Inc.
Headquarters Arlington, Virginia, United States
Founded June 24, 2005
Automotive Technik
took over production of the Pinzgauer from in the year 2000.
In 2006 it was taken over by Armor Holdings, Inc.
BAE Systems
Predecessors - British Aerospace, Marconi Electronic Systems
Industry - Aerospace, Defence, Information security
Civil and military aerospace
Defence electronics
Naval vessels
Land warfare systems
BAE Systems Inc.
BAE Systems Australia
BAE Systems Detica
Headquarters London, Farnborough, United Kingdom
Founded 30 November 1999
Automotive Technik Limited (ATL), ранее была известна как Midleton Ltd, - c 2005 г. филиал британской компании Stewart & Stevenson's Tactical Vehicle Systems (TVS) Division.
— 1990 годов ATL начал производить в Guildford, England в классе Уmobile light utility vehicleФ автомобиль Pinzgauer.
  образцам 4 X 4 и 6 X 6 стандартной кофигурации добавлена Pinzgauer X-M (X-treme Mobility) модель.
ATL выиграл тендер "UK Ministry of Defence" и "New Zealand Ministry of Defence".
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Description: The Pinzgauer is a high mobility 6x6 (or lighter 4x4 chassis) all-terrain truck designed and built by Austrian company Steyr-Daimler-Puch since 1971. More than 25,000 vehicles have been sold to customers in 29 countries. It is suitable for tactical military customers, fire fighting and emergency services. Each Pinzgauer vehicle has an estimated service life of 20 years. Currently, the Pinzgauer vehicle is being manufactured by Pinzgauer Ltd - formerly Automotive Technik Ltd - owned by UK-based Stewart & Stevenson Services Inc.
The latest models feature powerful turbo diesel engines, ABS, Auto Transmission and increased payload over their predecessors but the unique centre tube chassis concept and drive chain remain largely unchanged. Pinzgauer X-M (eXtreme Mobility) is the latest development in the Pinzgauer series introducing various advanced features such as increased payload, higher torque and more power. For military customers Pinzgauer can be equipped for NATO ballistic and blast protection standards and is air portable inside C-130 aircraft and Chinook helicopter.
The Pinzgauer is powered by a water cooled 5-cylinder turbo diesel engine named Euro III with a 120/145 liters fuel tank has a range of 800 km that can be extended to up 2,000 km with further fuel tanks. Its top speed is about 120 kph on-road. In addition to the 2.4-t internal payload, the Pinzgauer 6x6 is able to tow a trailer with a max weight of up to 5-t. The Pinzgauer 4x4, having a gross weight of 3.85-t, results lighter and can carry a payload of 1.4-t.
In July 2006, the UK MoD approved a further order for approximately 100 Pinzgauer 6x6 vehicles featuring enhanced armor with deliveries due to begin early in 2007. Previously, the MoD had placed an initial order for 66 vehicles with enhanced armor. This version is apparently named Pinzgauer Vector. These vehicles equipped with additional armor and BOWMAN radios were purchased to support military operations carried out by British forces in Afghanistan.
Other Family Members: Pinzgauer II
The vehicle was originally developed in the late 1960s by Steyr-Daimler-Puch of Graz, Austria, and was named after the Pinzgauer, an Austrian breed of horse.
First generation (710 and 712) prototype was developed around 1969 and production began in 1971
Second generation (716 and 718 718) In 1980, Steyr-Daimler-Puch started development on a second generation Pinzgauer. The initial second generation Pinzgauer rolled off the assembly line at the end of 1984.
In 2000 the rights were sold to Automotive Technik Ltd (ATL) in the UK. ATL was subsequently acquired by Stewart & Stevenson Services, Inc. in 2005; in May 2006, Stewart & Stevenson became a subsidiary of the aerospace and defence group Armor Holdings, Inc.
One year later, Armor Holdings was itself acquired by BAE Systems plc, who discontinued the UK-production of the Pinzgauer in 2008.
( In 2004 Stewart & Stevenson company highlights included: Х Exited Thermo King product offering and internal transportation business Х Disposed of wheelchair lift manufacturing and MerCruiser product offering Х Transferred Hybrid Bus Refurbishment operation from Power Products to Engineered Products Х Exited Distributed Energy Solutions business Х Sold TUG airline segment Х TVS added Mercedes-Benz G-Wagen and Automotive TechnikТs Pinzgauer Light Tactical Vehicle to its product line; offers 15 vehicle variants. Obtained contracts for FMTV Low Signature Armored Cab (LSAC). Х Power Products executed new contracts with Detroit Diesel and DaimlerChrysler for distribution and servicing of diesel engine products Х Key business partners: Allison Transmission, Detroit Diesel/MTU, Deutz Corporation, Electro-Motive Division, Hyster Company, and Waukesha.
Automotive Technik took over production of the Pinzgauer from Steyr-Daimler-Puch in 2000. In 2006 it was taken over by Armor Holdings, Inc.
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