Polaris Government and Defense introduced the new version of its DAGOR light tactical vehicle on 21 March which offers improved performance, better mobility and enhanced operator functionality. The company’s senior director, Mark McCormick said DAGOR A1 is an answer to operators that are asking for more payload and mobility, with an increase of more than 20 percent in total carrying capacity.
DAGOR A1 can carry up to nine personnel and a total payload of up to one thousand 814 kilograms. Polaris is under contract to provide Canadian Special Operations Forces Command (CANSOFCOM) with the DAGOR A1 with a specialty Ultra-Light Combat Vehicle (ULCV) package. DAGOR ULCV delivery began in 2017 and will be completed this year.