The B-14 Cougar takes on the visual appearance of the Turkish Otokar Cobra II Infantry Mobility Vehicle, both the missile variant and machine gun turret variant. It is not to be confused with the Cobra I, which is a two-door light reconnaissance vehicle. The real Cobra II is available with a mounted machine gun turret or a missile turret, while the B-14 Cougar has an unarmed version in addition to these two variants.
The regular B-14 Cougar is available in both an armed and unarmed variant, with no special designation given to one or the other. The Cougar is designed as a balanced infantry mobility vehicle with effective weaponry to transport Black Hand troops around bases and into combat situations. The unarmed version sacrifices armament for speed, while the armed version is equipped with several smoke grenade dischargers, and a heavy machine gun all mounted in a remotely-operated turret. It is the heaviest available Black Hand base patrol vehicle, with the thickest armor, and it has acquired a handsome combat record.
A new innovation, the B-14-M was created by the Black Hand as an anti-tank hit-and-run vehicle for when enemy tanks may be faced in combat where heavier Black Hand military forces are unavailable. The Black Hand research department commissioned the design and creation of a missile turret variant of the Cougar designed to be easily produced and shipped to Black Hand security patrol forces around the world in the event of heavy enemy weapons being brought to bear against lightly defended Black Hand outposts. The missile is not armed with a machine gun or smoke grenade dischargers for any kind of self-defense, but the six missile launcher tubes in the turret are capable of seeking out their targets and can be used against enemy vehicles and even aircraft, providing a speedy and effective anti-vehicle patrol IMV. In situations where the full Black Hand military has been brought to bear, it also makes for a good hit-and-run vehicle, when used to harass enemy forces or bases.