Sunday, July 21, 2024

New «HAFEET» Armoured personnel carrier from NIMR Automotive LLC

New «HAFEET» Armoured personnel carrier from NIMR Automotive LLC.

The HAFEET Class of 6×6 vehicles provides a multipurpose platform for all military requirements at 13,000 kg capacity from utility vehicles to fully protected patrol vehicles. A universal 6×6 chassis is utilised for a common logistic footprint for the user the user to minimise the burden of training, maintenance and spare parts management.

All vehicles in the HAFEET Class can be protected, and specific protected models are included for crew survivability with fully tested and certified cabins.


Armoured personnel carrier fitted with a 10 man cabin protected against significant IED, blast and ballistic threats for use as a battlefield taxi or can be adapted as a battlefield ambulance

Length 6,450 mm
Width 2,300 mm
Height 2,450 mm
Wheelbase 3,100 and 1,140 mm
Payload 1,850 kg
Gorss Weight 15,000 kg
Crusing Range 600 km @ 100kph
Max. Crew 10
Ground Clearance 450 mm
Approach/Departure Angle 47˚/ 40˚
Maximum Speed 110 km/hr
Engine Type Cummins ISBe 360 6.7 litre 6 cyl
Trasmission Type Allison 3200SP – 6 Speed/Automatic
Steering Type Hydraulic Power Assisted
Brakes Type Air over hydraulic actuated (disc type)
Fuel tank Capacity 200 litres
Maximum Torque 1,100 Nm @1,200 rpm
Power kW-(hp) 268-(360) @2,400 rpm


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