Monday, July 15, 2024

Photo of the Russian all-terrain infantry mobility vehicle «Tiger» in Syria

In the Internet has been published photos of GAZ-233001 “Tiger” at the disposal of the detachment of government troops in Syria.

The vehicle was designed to transport troops and various equipment quickly on road and off-road. It has a chassis frame construction, with a traditional layout of front engine, middle crew compartment, and rear cargo area. Standard features include: power steering, independent all-wheel torsion suspension with hydraulic shock absorbers and stabilizer bars, a transfer case with a locking center differential, limited slip differentials, dual-range transmission, automatic tire inflation, engine block heater, and electric winch.

The GAZ-233001 has optional air conditioning, stereo, electric windows, and an anti-lock braking system, it is the civilian version of the military vehicle costing 60 thousand dollars

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