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BAE Systems introduced the fifth generation of the CV90 BMP

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The British company BAE Systems introduced a new model of infantry fighting vehicle CV90.


The new version of the CV90 MkIV is the fifth generation of Stridsfordon 90 combat vehicles (Combat Vehicle 90). The machine was developed from 1984 of the year by the Swedish company Hägglunds (later acquired by the British corporation BAE Systems) and entered into mass production in the 1993 year.

BAE Systems introduced the fifth generation of the CV90 BMP

Computer model BMP CV90 MkIV


The updated CV90 MkIV is equipped with an improved chassis, which makes it more passable, maneuverable and allows you to move over rough terrain with greater speed. Another significant innovation of the fifth generation is “the latest NATO electronic architecture”. CV90 MkIV is equipped with a Scania engine with 1000 power. with. and “heavy-duty” transmission X300. At the same time, the weight of the combat vehicle grew from 35 to 37 t.

BMP CV90 and combat vehicles at its base are in service with the armies of Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland and the Netherlands. In BAE Systems indicate that the CV90 MkIV modification is intended primarily to participate in the competition to replace the BMV-II BMP of the Czech army, reports "Warspot"

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  1. Gray brother
    Gray brother 25 January 2018 11: 43
    +1
    37 tons is it "naked" or what? It’s just not like the bourgeoisie, they even have wheeled vehicles in full body kit in the “club of 40” comes in))
    1. Genry
      Genry 25 January 2018 12: 05
      +1
      Quote: Gray Brother
      37 tons is it "naked" or what?

      The composition of the armor can be without cast iron.
      1. Gray brother
        Gray brother 25 January 2018 12: 22
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        Quote: Genry
        The composition of the armor can be without cast iron.

        The point is not in cast iron, but in an additional body kit.
      2. Engineer
        Engineer 25 January 2018 13: 39
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        and without uranium too
        1. Genry
          Genry 25 January 2018 14: 11
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          Quote: Engineer
          and without uranium too

          Uranias must be masked with gold so as not to be torn off.
    2. NEOZ
      NEOZ 25 January 2018 12: 17
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      so it without DZ! :)
      1. Gray brother
        Gray brother 25 January 2018 12: 26
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        Quote: NEOZ
        so it without DZ! :)

        They have not with DZ very much, they respect armor plates more.
  2. corporal
    corporal 25 January 2018 11: 48
    +2
    latest electronic architecture NATO

    Now posts about EMR, cut and rollback wassat
    1. Genry
      Genry 25 January 2018 11: 56
      +2
      Quote: Corporal
      Now posts about EMR, cut and rollback

      These are your fad ...
      By the way, if you pay tax in the west from the rollback, then it is already legalized lobbying (you enter it and say "I came to lobby you"). And sawing "by law" is much nicer.
    2. NEOZ
      NEOZ 25 January 2018 12: 18
      +1
      of course not! just remember the movie "Pentagon Wars" ..........
    3. Gray brother
      Gray brother 25 January 2018 15: 13
      +2
      Quote: Corporal
      Now they’ll go posts about EMR,

      EMR will disable the crew’s iPhones, from which its members will die in terrible cramps due to the inability to log into Facebook.
  3. rocket757
    rocket757 25 January 2018 12: 07
    +1
    The indicator is one, but surely !!!
    And what equipment does their war department plan to buy ???
    Let's see shorter !!!
    1. Lopatov
      Lopatov 25 January 2018 12: 37
      +5
      Quote: rocket757
      And what equipment does their war department plan to buy ???

      In the sense of "them"?
      BAE Systems has long been a multinational corporation with branches from South Africa to Sweden "vertically" and from the United States with Canada to Australia "horizontally."
      Moreover, these are not just sales centers and screwdriver assemblies, they are full-fledged enterprises engaged in both development and production.
      1. rocket757
        rocket757 25 January 2018 14: 21
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        Not, not, transnational, scattered production is not that.
        Companies are tied to a particular state in any way, no matter how much they have spread around the world!
        British company BAE Systems - no need to be clever, it is easier to be. They will order something for Ford, for example, then we’ll say that we ordered whale whales, although Ford has units where it doesn’t and product designs can be drawn anywhere in Italy.
        In short, we simplify, the British military ordered the development of the product in a British company, there was infa that they were going to buy from the Boches or from the Finns.
        What will happen in fact, see .... if it will be interesting. I don’t care, in principle.
        1. Lopatov
          Lopatov 25 January 2018 14: 56
          +4
          Quote: rocket757
          British company BAE Systems - no need to be clever, it’s simpler to be.

          Well, what is she British ... Only at the place of position of the formally central office. Even the vast majority of taxes flies past the UK. Not to mention such trifles as the opportunity to influence this company.

          Quote: rocket757
          In short, we simplify, the British military ordered the development of the product in a British company, there was infa that they were going to buy from the Boches or from the Finns.

          ???????
          Someone misled you very harshly.
          They already have a Vorior BMP. Which will be modernized by the British branch of Lockheed Martin.
          Unless talking about the "Ajax", which are designed to replace British light tanks and vehicles based on them. Only there are not "Bosh and Finns", but formally Austrians with the Spaniards. But really, these firms belong to the European branch of Generel Dynamix.
          A purely British military-industrial complex in general in a deep ditch. And now, for the most part, it belongs to foreign corporations. The problem is so great that they consider a simple overhaul with the Chinuk modernization to be a great achievement of their industry and make films about it.
          1. rocket757
            rocket757 25 January 2018 15: 33
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            You dig deep, bravo!
            Mabud, I’m wrong, I don’t go deep into the subject, what I read, I can ... I don’t appreciate, of course, make a superficial assumption, I’m not wise!
            I also read about the British military-industrial complex, didn’t go deep ... so I accept your assessment. Then it turns out that the article carries an erroneous Old, however, they’ll kill a little thing, who didn’t have time, he’s late ...
            No expert judgment prevails here, so chat.
            1. Lopatov
              Lopatov 25 January 2018 15: 51
              +3
              Quote: rocket757
              You dig deep, bravo!

              I like to watch the British. Such a circus is going on there ... And what is characteristic, under the constant cries of the "Russian military threat."
              It’s also interesting to watch the Swedes, everything is also very fun there. For example, they had a period when they were left completely without artillery. The old ones were written off, (they were modernized and sold to India), and the new ones have not yet been adopted.
              1. rocket757
                rocket757 25 January 2018 16: 11
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                I once admired the British destroyer, bl-and-isco. He accompanied us to the English Channel! The sight, well, it’s not very calm, but there was no fear ... we are soldiers of the Soviet Union, we should not be afraid of fear!
                For the Swedes, I was more interested in the anti-aircraft guns ... Father told me, well, it became interesting to me.
              2. ARES623
                ARES623 25 January 2018 18: 31
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                Quote: Spade
                For example, they had a period when they were left completely without artillery.

                And mind you, the country has survived. If they are smart, one day they will be able to live a year without an army .... Can you imagine how they will save in favor of the civilian sector of the economy !!!!
                1. ProkletyiPirat
                  ProkletyiPirat 25 January 2018 22: 24
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                  the penny saved today may turn out to be a million rubles tomorrow ...
                  1. ARES623
                    ARES623 26 January 2018 07: 55
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                    Quote: ProkletyiPirat
                    the penny saved today may turn out to be a million rubles tomorrow ...

                    I do not propose to disarm. It just sometimes saddens the imperfection of human society in principle. After all, it spends most of its economic and energy potential on the development of methods and means of killing its own kind. What great things could be done if these resources were channeled for peaceful purposes? I understand that nonsense. Just a fantasy ...
                    1. ProkletyiPirat
                      ProkletyiPirat 26 January 2018 16: 32
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                      Yes, no, not fantasy, quite a feasible reality. You just need to divide all resource costs into three parts
                      1) military sphere
                      2) civilian sphere
                      3) civilian sphere
                      and allocate most of the resources to the second one.