Cyclone

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Cyclone
ManufacturerTumbril Land Systems (TMBL)
SizeVehicle (1)
FocusTransport
Production stateFlight Ready
Minimum crew1
Maximum crew2
Cargo capacity1 SCU
Cost
Pledge cost55 USD
Specifications
Null-cargo mass3,050 kg
Length6 m
Beam4 m
Height3 m

The Tumbril Cyclone is an all-terrain vehicle, perfect for land-based operations that require speed and discretion. The baseline model of the Cyclone features an open flatbed in the back where cargo pieces can be safely secured and transported, making it a perfect transport for homesteads or as a short-range vehicle for planetary deliveries.[1]

Specifications

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Propulsion
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Fuel Intakes
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Fuel Tanks
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Features

"Moves fast and hits hard. It's the vehicle for contained engagement"

–Front Line[2]

Diagram of the Cyclone's Features
  1. X-TEC Tires: Premium off-road tires with articulated treads that can change their configuration for soft, loose, and hard surfaces for equal traction, no matter the environment
  2. Modular Design: the Cyclone isolates the core elements of the vehicle away from speciality systems for each variant, though they cannot yet be individually changed from one variant to another [3]
  3. Suspension: Independent suspension design for speed and comfort across all kinds of terrain
  4. Jump jets: Embedded jump jets apply bursts of thrust and counter-thrust for safer landings on longer jumps [2]

Gallery

Forlink.svg  For all images, see :Category:Cyclone Images.

References