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 Monday, May 10, 2021
The US Army's Infantry Squad Vehicle (ISV) has a potentially lifesaving option called "Combat Mode"

     


via GM Authority

    Among the many intriguing things about the Chevy Colorado ZR2-based GM Defense Infantry Squad Vehicle (ISV) is a feature called Combat Mode, which is designed to give soldiers the best chance to get out of a critical situation and to save their lives.

    Essentially, Combat Mode keeps the vehicle running when other safety systems are trying to shut it down.

    “On the ISV, we kept alive a lot of systems from the production model [Colorado ZR2], like if it overheats and what you would consider limp home mode and things of that nature,” Mark Dickens, architectural chief engineer for GM Defense, explained during a recent interview with GM Authority executive editor, Alex Luft.

https://www.snafu-solomon.com/2021/05/the-us-armys-infantry-squad-vehicle-isv.html
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