The MZKT-79291 is a Belarusian multi-axle vehicle, designed to carry ballistic missiles. Most likely that it was specially designed to carry a new Russian RS-26 Rubezh intercontinental ballistic missile, that is currently being developed. According to the known data, the chassis of MZKT-79291 is intended mainly for use as a base for a self-propelled launcher of the new Russian mobile ground missile complex "Rubezh" with a small "light" intercontinental ballistic missile. Now in YouTube video has appeared a completely new chassis with 12x12 configuration from MZKT which is being tested in Minsk: The chassis is similar to MZKT 79291, but only with a divided cab. This means that the nuclear missile this time will be even greater. Does anyone have any thoughts on this?