A specialised combat vehicle has been built for the Indian Army to face terrorism in the disputed Kashmir region, defence officials have said.
The Indian armed forces are building a combat vehicle called the S-11 to combat terror groups operating in the region.
The vehicle has a two-stage, air-independent propulsion system that enables it to move at speeds of up to 400km per hour.
The vehicle can operate in a number of different weather conditions, including rain, snow and fog.
The defence department has said the S11 will be operational in the next two to three years.
The S-6 and S-8 armoured vehicles were already built in the 1960s.