Eurosatory preview: Rheinmetall

A new large-calibre fighting vehicle from Rheinmetall to make its world premiere at Eurosatory.

03 June 2022


Under the motto “Move, Sense, Strike,” a new large-calibre Rheinmetall fighting vehicle will make its world premiere at this year’s Eurosatory show in Paris, from the 13-17 June.

Designed for dual-capable dominance, Rheinmetall says the platform sets new standards for situational awareness, networkability, mobility, survivability, and lethality.The vehicle will be presented at a ceremony on  Monday, 13 June 2022 at its booth.    

Other attractions in the Rheinmetall line-up include:

Rheinmetall Technology Cube: A new tool which exploits the latest technologies, including augmented reality, to facilitate dialogue with users and procurement officials during development of next-generation fighting vehicles. “The aim is to rethink the future together – by integrating new kinds of drives, sensors, and subsystems into fully digitised, scalable vehicle platform concepts,” says Rheinmetall.

Caracal airmobile platform: Together with two acclaimed partners, Rheinmetall has developed a versatile, lightweight, high mobility family of vehicles for air mobile and special operations units.

High-roof Fuchs/Fox demonstrator: An updated version of the tried-and-tested Fuchs/Fox armoured transport vehicle with an enlarged interior will be on display, configured as an armoured field ambulance.

Unmanned systems and robotics: In another world first, Rheinmetall is presenting the LUNA NG, a next generation, air-supported platform that can reconnoitre, classify, and recognise objects in real time.  Rheinmetall will also be showing how various integrated unmanned air-supported reconnaissance systems can augment the sensor suite of vehicle platforms, significantly enhancing situational awareness. The Robotics-L walking robot and the Mission Master SP and XT models will reveal how robotics is already changing the modern battlefield.

Loitering Munition: Rheinmetall and its partner UVision have entered a cooperation agreement to market UVision’s Hero family of loitering munitions (LM) in Europe. At Eurosatory, the two companies will be showing possibilities for integrating various Hero LM systems into manned and unmanned vehicles.

HX3 vehicle family: Rheinmetall’s new generation of HX3 trucks features improved protection, even greater mobility, enhanced driving comfort and digital interface architecture for a more flexible operational spectrum and easy future performance upgrades. At Eurosatory 2022 Rheinmetall is showcasing a wheeled self-propelled howitzer mounted on a high mobility HX 10x10 chassis.



Air defence: Mobile, modular, and scalable, ground-based air defence systems are gaining new importance now that NATO armed forces are focusing once again on defending national and allied territory and airspace. At Eurosatory, Rheinmetall is displaying a Boxer 8x8 wheeled armoured vehicle configured for an air defence role, topped with the Sykranger 30 turret and an integrated surface-to-air missile launcher.

Force protection:  Rheinmetall’s comprehensive expertise in the field of force protection ranges from individual passive ballistic solutions to advanced stand-off active protection systems for combat vehicles. Visitors to Eurosatory 2022 can inspect Rheinmetall’s StrikeShield, an integrated hybrid module for vehicles that combines active and passive protection technology.  

Digitized battlefield:  At Eurosatory 2022, Rheinmetall will show how the interplay of sensors, effectors and human-machine interfaces can lift the “fog of war”. Rheinmetall will also be showcasing the current configuration of its Gladius 2.0 soldier system and how it can be networked with manned and unmanned vehicles and subsystems.

Rheinmetall will also present its expertise in weapons and ammunition for threat-commensurate, scalable application of force as well as innovative, networkable sensor systems for applications on land, at sea and in the air, in addition to high-performance simulation technology for top-of-the-line training.