Saturday, June 15, 2024

Belarus showed «Caiman» Light Armoured Reconnaissance Vehicle

Belarus showed «Caiman» Light Armoured Reconnaissance Vehicle. Specialists of “140th repair plant” under the jurisdiction of the State Military Industrial Committee of Belarus, have developed a new armored vehicle based on the Soviet BRDM.

«Caiman» Light Armoured Reconnaissance Vehicle have a diesel engine D-245 with electronic fuel control and reinforced five-speed manual transmission. Independent torsion bar suspension, axles, wheel gearboxes designers borrowed from the BTR-60.

Armored vehicle “Cayman” have a weight of no more than seven tons (with six crew members and weapons) and has a top speed on the highway 110 kilometers per hour. Power reserve is about 1,000 kilometers.


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