General Dynamics Awarded $2.5B to Build Army Stryker Vehicles With New Configuration

General Dynamics Awarded $2.5B to Build Army Stryker Vehicles With New Configuration

General Dynamics (NYSE: GD) has won a potential $2.48B contract to apply an engineering change proposal configuration to manufacture a new family of Stryker infantry carrier vehicles for the U.S. Army.

The company’s land systems business will produce Stryker Double V-Hull A1 ECP vehicles under the fixed-price-incentive contract, the Department of Defense said Wednesday.

According to the Army, the updated platform consists of seven variants and replaces the legacy Flat-Bottom Hull design. The branch wants power and chassis system upgrades and an in-vehicle network architecture for the newer platform.

Army Contracting Command received one bid for the project via an online-based solicitation process and will provide funds with each order. DoD estimates contract work will conclude by April 30, 2027.

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