The Kremlin says that their hypersonic nuclear missiles, which are capable of moving through a random missile defense system, will be operational in 2019.
Russia presents their new missiles since Vladimir Putin unveiled the Avanguard hypersonic glide vehicle in March.
The ferocious missile delivery system can travel at 20 times the speed of sound and can launch rockets from the north and south poles within minutes.
The Russians report that they have tested it twice in 2016 and that the US currently can not defend itself against the new technology.
A computer-generated image of the Avangard vehicle with hypersonic glides that sails at the Earth's atmosphere at incredible speeds
Russian President Vladimir Putin and his American colleague Donald Trump spoke at a summit in Helsinki in July after Putin unveiled his new arsenal in March
The Avangard glide vehicle is designed to sit on top of an intercontinental ballistic missile.
Once launched, it uses aerodynamics to sail on top of the atmosphere.
It is loaded with advanced countermeasures that allow it to swing around missile defense systems.
The gliders are also very unpredictable due to their exceptional maneuverability, making them almost impossible to follow.
Each weapon can be loaded with a warhead, but experts say that the speed of the vehicles means that they can cause damage even without an explosive charge.
Putin described his hypersonic arsenal as & # 39; invincible & # 39; during a state-of-the-nation address in March.
He claimed that Avangard & # 39; hits like a meteorite, like a fireball & # 39; and is able to achieve goals with 20 times the speed of the sound.
With this speed the weapon could orbit around the earth in a little more than half an hour.
Images released by the Kremlin, which say that the weapons will be operational in 2019
A high-altitude variant of the Russian MiG jet fighter can be used to launch the nuclear weapons
The new RS-28 Samrat liquid-fed superheavy thermonuclear armed intercontinental ballistic missiles can carry a maximum of 24 Avangards and were also unveiled in March.
They have been developed to replace the old SS-18 Satan rocket.
In July, the Kremlin demonstrated the new missile and the Russian strategic commander of missiles, Colonel General Sergei Karatayev said Samrat, & # 39; allows the use of all types of individually targeted warheads, including those on the drawing board.
The enormous firepower means that a single rocket would be able to sweep out 24 large cities in London with one shot.
The news comes when President Donald Trump announced his intention to withdraw from a historic missile treaty with the Russians.
Trump claims that the Kremlin has repeatedly violated the terms of the deal that was struck by former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev and President Ronald Reagan in 1987.
A generation ago, Russia was almost bankrupt when it came from the Soviet Union, but now Putin is trying to put pressure on the Americans.