LEHIR-110 Trebuchet is a Granzerian air-launched cruise missile, manufactured by Vertega and used by Granzery.
A Trebuchet on display
|Type||Long-range cruise missile|
|Place of origin||Granzery|
|Flight altitude||40–50 m|
|IBN (image-based navigation), INS (inertial navigation system), TRN (terrain-referenced navigation) and MIL-GPS (Global Positioning System)|
|Integrated: Vertega V-13, Vertega V-10 and SHV D/V-98|
The missile incorporates stealth technology and has an official range in excess of 500 km (300 mi). Trebuchet is powered by a turbofan engine at Mach 1 and can be carried by the Vertega V-10, Vertega V-13 or SHV D/V-98.
The double 500-kilogram (1,100 lb) warhead features a precharge and initial penetrating charge to clear soil or enter a hardened underground bunker, then a variable delay fuze to control detonation of the main warhead.