Technology minister visits Lynx combat vehicle plant
The ministry told MTI in a statement that work on the plant is proceeding according to plan and it would start operating in 2023.
The cornerstone of the plant, next to the ZalaZONE test track for self-driving vehicles, was laid in December last year.
Palkovics said that Hungary’s defence industry is “undergoing a renaissance” and the Lynx plant would become “a pillar” of the high-tech sector.
The plant will be topped out soon.
The Lynx combat vehicles will form the most important weapon range of the modern heavy brigade Hungary has undertaken to set up for NATO.