Wednesday, February 28, 2024

Minotor-Service unveils new light armoured vehicles at ARMY 2017

Belarus’s defence firm Minotor-Service has unveiled the new Vitim light armoured vehicles at the Army-2017 international military-technical exhibition.

The new Vitim 4×4 multi-purpose amphibious light armored vehicle and Vitim 668240 6×6 multi-purpose armored cargo vehicle was presented at the Army 2017 International Military-Technical Forum.

According to Minotor-Service, the hull of new vehicles has protected against under blast from F-1 and RGO hand grenades, as well as and against plastic explosives containing the equivalent of 0.5 kg of TNT.


Minotor-Service Enterprise designs, manufactures and maintains land and amphibious tracked combat vehicles designed for the use with ground forces and Marine Corps units.

Vitim 668240 multipurpose armored cargo vehicle. Photo by SPUTNIK/ VITALIY BELOUSOV

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