BAE systems is showcasing a next-generation Bradley IFV demonstrator at AUSA 2016. According to IHS Jane’s 360:
The platform takes the hull structure from the BAE Systems’ Armoured Multi-Purpose Vehicle (AMPV) programme and integrates many legacy Bradley components as well as some new designs, Deepak Bazaz, BAE Systems’ director of artillery and Bradley programmes, told reporters on 3 October at the Association of the US Army (AUSA) annual symposium.
The idea is to bridge a gap between engineering change proposals (ECPs) that are underway to upgrade the Bradley fleet, to a conceptual future fighting vehicle (FFV) that the army hopes could eventually replace the fleet in the 2030s or beyond.
Video interview about AMPV Program and Future Bradley from Defense & Aerospace Report:
Here are a couple pictures, taken from tanknet.com.