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|
LEHIR-110 Trebuchet is a Granzerian air-launched cruise missile, manufactured by Vertega and used by Granzery.
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.