Poly Technologies China presents CS/VN4 armoured personnel carrier with Ingwe missile turret 2609125

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AAD 2012
Africa Aerospace & Defence
Exhibition
19 - 23 September 2012
Pretoria, South Africa
 
Poly Technologies CS/VN4 armoured at AAD 2012
 
 
Wednesday, September 26, 2012, 06:47 PM
 
Poly Technologies of China presents CS/VN4 armoured personnel carrier with Ingwe missile turret.
At AAD 2012, the Africa Aerospace and Defence Exhibition, the Chinese Company Poly Technologies shows its latest generation of wheeled armoured vehicle personnel carrier CS/VN4 that is marketed for the international military and security market. Poly Technologies Inc. is a leading Chinese state-owned enterprise exclusively authorized by the Chinese central government for import/export of defence systems, products and services for Army, Navy and Air Force. Since its founding in 1984, Poly has established cooperative relations with hundreds of enterprises and government organizations worldwide.
     
At AAD 2012, the Africa Aerospace and Defence Exhibition, the Chinese Company Poly Technologies shows its latest generation of wheeled armoured vehicle personnel carrier CS/VN4 that is marketed for the international military and security market.
Poly Technologies CS/VN4 Chinese armoured personnel carrier at AAD 2012 Africa Aerospace & Defence exhibition
     

The layout of the Chinese CS/VN4 is very similar to other wheeled armoured vehicle personnel carrier with the driver and commander compartment at the front with the powerpack behind, and the soldier compartment at the rear.

The CS/VN4 uses a 6x6 chassis with independent suspension which provides high cross-country capability. The vehicle is motorized with a Cummins Diesel engine coupled to a mechanical multi-gear gearbox with synchronizer. The CS/VN4 can run at a maximum road speed of 100 km/h with a maximum road range of 970 km.

The crew compartment is equipped at the front with two large bullet-proof windows and one small window to each side to provide 180° high visibility. A single door is mounted between the first and the second tire. Each side of the hull is equipped with three small bullet-proof windows with firing port in the middle. One single door is available at the rear side of the hull with one single bullet-proof window with firing port in the middle.

At AAD 2012, the CS/VN4 was equipped with a small turret mounted on the top middle of the crew compartment armed with four anti-tank missile launcher Ingwe of South Africa. The vehicle can be also fitted with one-man turret armed with 30mm cannon, 12.7 mm machine gun.

Standard equipment of the CS/VN4 includes a central tyre pressure inflation system, rear camera, self-fire extinguishing system, run-flat system.

     
At AAD 2012, the CS/VN4 was equipped with a small turret mounted on the top middle of the crew compartment armed with four anti-tank missile launcher Ingwe of South Africa. The vehicle can be also fitted with one-man turret armed with 30mm cannon, 12.7 mm machine gun.
At AAD 2012, the CS/VN4 is equipped with a small turret armed with four anti-tank missile launchers.
     
The crew compartment is equipped at the front with two large bullet-proof windows and one small window to each side to provide 180° high visibility. A single door is mounted between the first and the second tire. Each side of the hull is equipped with three small bullet-proof windows with firing port in the middle.
Each side of the hull is equipped with three small bullet-proof windows with firing port in the middle.
 

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