The German Schützenpanzer Puma was first deployed into active service back in 2015 after many trials, until decided to be the new replacement for the long in service, Marder IFV. The German army has planned to have around 350 new Pumas delivered for service by 2020. The vehicle is armed with the Rheinmetall 30mm auto canon, and a coaxial 5.56mm MG4. Its powered by a 1090 hp engine and has the capability to carry six fully equipped troops, ready to be deployed into battle.
This newly released kit by Rye Field Model of the German Schutzenpanzer PUMA Infantry Fighting Vehicle (IFV), consists of 700+ parts. The kit features excellent surface detail, with a realistically reproduced non-slip texture on the upper hull, and workable track links.