MSPV introduces first member of its Panthera family of armoured vehicles

Defexpo 2016 Show Daily News
Land, Naval and Internal Homeland Security Systems Exhibition
28 - 31 March 2016
Goa , India
MSPV at DefExpo 2016
MSPV introduces first member of its Panthera family of armoured vehicles
At Defexpo 2016, held last week in Goa, India, the Emirati armoured vehicles manufacturer Minerva Special Purpose Vehicles introduced the first member of a new family of armoured vehicles, the Panthera T-6 F light armoured personnel carrier.
MSPV introduces first member of its Panthera armoured vehicles family 640 001MSPV's new Panthera T-6 F unveiled at Defexpo 2016 in Goa
(Credit: Army Recognition)
The Panthera T-6 F is based on a Toyota chassis and powered by a 3.0l Diesel Turbo Intercooler engine, coupled with a full-time 4WD, 5-speed manual or automatic gearbox.

The basic seat configuration is 2+2+4, but other seating arrangements are available upon customer request. The armor protection reaches the CEN1063 and 1522 BR6/FB6 levels.

The interior design of the T-6 F features dual Air-Conditioner and modular seating arrangement with choice of bench-seats, flip-up seats, slung seats or blast-mitigating seats for the crew compartment, as well as emergency stretcher and first-aid kit. The Driver/Commander and Crew areas can be tailored to specific requirements, said MSPV.

The Panthera T-6 F can be fitted with communication and C4ISR equipment, surveillance and monitoring capabilities, electronic warfare systems, manned or remote-control weapon station, STORM non-lethal long range audio device, and many more. A medical configuration of the Panthera is also available, said MSPV.

The vehicles’ exterior design features front-cabin roof-hatch and side- and rear-facing gun-ports. Optional 360° ring-mount with or without cupola and optional remote-control weapon-station can also be fitted on the vehicle.

The Panthera T-6 F is the lightest member of the Panthera family, which comprises biggest Panthera S8 and K10CMD personnel carriers.



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