This unit is unique to Haihead.
If you thought the destructive potential of the Haihead strike forces ends at the Megalodon, Shadrays or the Diverbee drones, you were wrong. What really proves how much Haihead is set on destroying their enemies is this design: the fearsome heavy metal monster codenamed 'M.A.D.M.A.N'.
Having analyzed the short but incredibly dynamic history of weapons development throughought the 20th century, Haihead's engineers have decided to attempt to ressurrect the infamous M.A.D. Tank project and rely on the Foehn's ability to manipulate the air and weaponize plasma to create a bomb so powerful it could level entire bases, taking down the sturdiest of structures.
The M.A.D.M.A.N works on the same principle the original vehicle that inspired it did back during the days of the Second Great War. Once deployed, the driver will trigger the detonation and exit the vehicle. After several short seconds, the unit will explode, creating a large shockwave that will sweep everything in its way. The warhead's design subverts some of the expectations regarding a powerful shockwave, as it is actually the weakest in its very center. This results in M.A.D.M.A.N.'s drivers surviving the few detonations of the vehicle that have already taken place.
As the M.A.D.M.A.N.'s warhead is extremely dangerous and devastating, the driver requires an explicit order for detonation before activating the weapon. This means that the vehicle can only explode once given the deploy command. M.A.D.M.A.N.s are highly experimental, expensive and very limited in numbers, however they pose the highest threat to Haihead's enemies, who have entire taskforces designated for dealing with these machines.