Enforce TAC 2019: World premiere in Europe for Cambli Blackwolf 4x4 tactical armored truck


Canadian Company Cambli partners with German Company Stoof to market 4x4 tactical armored truck Blackwolf outside of North America. At Enforce TAC 2019, the International Exhibition & Conference Law Enforcement, Security and Tactical Solutions for Police and Security, the Blackwolf 4x4 tactical armored truck makes its first appearance in Europe at the booth of Stoof.


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Cambli Backwolf 4x4 tactical armored truck at Enforce TAC 2019, International Exhibition & Conference Law Enforcement, Security and Tactical Solutions for Police and Security in Nuremberg, Germany. (Picture source Army Recognition)


The Cambli Blackwolf is based on an OEMsupplied 4x4 chassis Ford F-550 powered by a 6.7 turbo Diesel engine developing 330 hp coupled to a 6 speeds automatic transmission. The Canadian company chose this chassis for its capacities and its robustness and because the front axle of the 2017 F-550 can support a weight of 3,400 kg. The vehicles can run at a maximum road speed of 150 km/h. It has a curb weight of 7,484 kg with a maximum payload of 1,360 kg.

The Cambli Blackwolf can accommodate 8 people including driver and commander. The vehicle is fully protected to offer protection Level B7 including for the windows against firing of small arms 7.62mm caliber, Full Metal Jacket Pointed Bullet Armor Piercing.

The design of the Cambli Blackwolf is standard for a protected vehicle with the engine at the front, crew compartment in the middle and troops area at the rear. There is two doors on each side of the hull, and the rear part can be fitted with single or double doors. Each side of the vehicle is fitted with firing ports and large windows offering situational awareness around the vehicle.

The Black Wolf is a light and fast multi-mission armored vehicle. It can be used for many types of missions as intervention vehicle, SWAT, Special Forces, Armored Personnel Carrier (APC) and more. This vehicle has already been sold to Canadian SWAT team and police units.


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