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Inkas Titan-S 4x4 armored vehicles are now in service with Ukrainian army.

| 2022

According to a video published on the Russian Social Network VK on December 9, 2022, Ukrainian soldiers have received an undisclosed number of Titan-S, a 4x4 armored vehicle produced by the company Inkas Vehicles LLC.
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Titan-S 4x4 armored personnel carrier vehicles produced by Inkas Vehicles are now in service with the Ukrainian army. (Picture source Screen Shot video footage VK)

In the video, we can see Ukrainian soldiers watching Titan-S 4x4 armored vehicles driving through the snow. The Army Recognition editorial team was able to identify where the video was taken thanks to the Ferris wheel of the Pripyat amusement park that is shown at the end of the video. The amusement park is located in Pripyat, an abandoned city in northern Ukraine, located near the border with Belarus.

No official information has been released regarding the sale of Titan-S armored vehicles which are produced by the company Inkas Vehicles LLC.

Due to the unique vehicle design, we can confirm that these combat vehicles are indeed Titan-S armored vehicles. Only Inkas Vehicles LLC Company produces this type of 4x4 armored vehicle.

The Titan-S is a 4x4 APC (Armored Personnel Carrier) vehicle designed and manufactured by the Company Inkas Vehicles LLC. The vehicle is built on a Toyota Land Cruiser 79 series OEM chassis offering spare parts availability as well as cost-effective maintenance and operating costs for military and security forces.

The design of the Inkas Titan-S 4x4 APC is similar to the all family of Titan armored vehicles designed by Inkas Vehicles LLC with the engine at the front, crew in the middle, and troops compartment at the rear. The vehicle can carry a total of 8 people including the driver and commander, there are four seats at the front and four at the rear.

The INKAS Titan-S APC can be fitted with a single-man open-top turret mounted at the front of the roof with armor plates and bulletproof windows on 360°. The Titan-S can be also fitted with a remote-controlled weapon station armed with a 7.62 or 12.7mm machine gun.

The Inkas Titan-S APC is motorized with a 4.2L V8 diesel engine developing 128 hp. at 3,800 rpm coupled to a 5-speed manual transmission. The Titan APC can run at a maximum road speed of 110 km/h and 60 km/h in off-road conditions with a maximum cruising range of 750 km

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