Arquus Defense is rooted in a century of innovation and development at the service of the armed forces. This industrial tradition, which began with Panhard and Levassor, has marked the history of national defense through mythical figures such as Marius Berliet (the trucks of the Sacred Way) and Louis Renault, co-inventor of the FT 17. It has produced equally legendary armored vehicles such as the AML, EBR, VBL and VLBRA, to provide support, liaison and reconnaissance, and the VAB personnel carrier. Today it is reflected in the armored vehicles in the Scorpion program and the development of the vehicles of the future.
Well-established in France with five production centers and a design office of more than five hundred engineers backed up by a flexible industrial structure, Arquus maintains and perfects expert know-how, enriched by one hundred years of manufacturing legendary armored vehicles and increasing investment in innovation.
These vehicles of today and tomorrow are the product of close cooperation between military leaders and industry leaders. They are also the result of the technical brilliance of engineers and operators, and the successful outcome of a strategy that is constantly reassessed and adjusted accordingly.