SPRiNT-M Class Husky
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This model could attract people who are interested in Science Fiction, like Mecha, and like sleek, medium models. This model isn't very complicated to build, and is a good model for play and display. It is also scientifically credible, for the scrutinies, with lots of features that would convince them. For instance, this robot is not a Jaeger-sized robot, and is not as small as an AT-ST. The robot would cost less than 1 billion dollars to produce with all of its technology and armor. Apple could afford to buy over 200 of these mechs.
The Support/Patrol Rocket intelligence New Terrain-Missile Class Husky is a faster, more agile version of The Husky. It will be dispatched on unexplored enemy or neutral terrain to map, and to gather intelligence of the enemy. It can also patrol and guard allied bases and facilities. The model has a 100° rotating tower with a light dual machine gun and medium projectile launcher. It also has a medium missile-launcher on its back, if it finds an enemy base or weak target. All weapons can elevate, and the legs have 4 joints each. The SPRiNT-M Class Husky is powered by replaceable nuclear batteries, for quick refuel. It has four thrusters in the rear, along with the legs create up to 100 kilometers/hour, making it the best unit for reconnaissance and surprise attack. The SPRiNT-M Class Husky gets its name for its triangular tower, tremendous speeds, and long legs.