The first of the British Army's new Foxhound vehicles have arrived in Afghanistan.
Pailton, a Coventry based engineering firm, has provided parts it.
The Foxhound is manufactured in partnership with Ricardo's who are based in Leamington Spa.
The Foxhound is lighter and smaller than other protected vehicles such as the Mastiff and Ridgback. Its engine can be removed and replaced in just 30-minutes and can drive away from an ambush on only three wheels.
The Ministry of Defence has also announced a £90m contract for an additional 100 Foxhounds.