Armored cars increased security "Typhoon"

At the VIII International exhibition of weapons, military equipment and ammunition RUSSIAN EXPO ARMS-2011 in Nizhny Tagil were shown armored cars of increased security of the Typhoon family - Ural-63095 and Ural-63099.

The Typhoon armored car family is intended for the transportation of personnel, special cargoes and towing of trailer systems on all types of roads and terrain, as well as for installation on modular versions of various equipment or weapon systems. It is an analogue of Western armored vehicles MRAP (Mine Resistant Ambush Protected). "Typhoon" will serve as a single unified platform for the "light" brigades of the Ground Forces.

All vehicles of the family are unified in terms of engines (YaMZ-536, 450 hp), BIUS, mine protection and anti-bullet protection and independent hydropneumatic suspension. It is possible to install a remote-controlled module with a machine gun or an automatic grenade launcher. Combined (ceramics + steel) armor protection produced by SRI Steel, as well as armored glass manufactured by Magistral LTD, provide circular protection at 4 level of the STANAG 4569 standard (from 14.5-mm armor-piercing bullets of type B-32). Anti-mine protection is provided by a V-shaped bottom and energy-absorbing seats and corresponds to the level of 3b in accordance with STANAG 4569 (explosive device up to 8 kg in TE). The roof has hatches for emergency escape in the event of overturning. Also on all versions of armored vehicles around the perimeter video cameras are installed, which allows you to monitor the situation from inside the transport module, or use monitors installed in the cab to control the armored vehicle in case it is impossible to use the windshield. The habitable space is hermetically sealed, with artificially maintained overpressure, filtration of air entering inside is provided by the installation of the PSF-100. All machines of the family can be made in three-axle or four-axle versions.

Modular armored car Ural-63095 "Typhoon"
Bonnet multifunctional modular car. The habitable compartment is divided into a three-seater cabin and a passenger module not communicating with it. Can be transported in the module to 16 people in full gear. The landing is dismounted through the door.

One-volume car Ural-63099 "Typhoon"
Kapotny multipurpose one-volume car for transportation of personnel. It has a single habitable compartment. In addition to the three seats in the cabin can transport up to 12 people. The landing is dismounted through the door.

So far, the Ural designers are at the beginning of the way to create special protected army trucks. The design work for the new Typhoon family should be completed by 2014. The samples of the Typhoon presented at the exhibition have already taken into account the mistakes and shortcomings of the first experimental machines. In total, the family of armored "Urals" plans to create three variants of bonnet cars: with wheel formulas 4 × 4 (total weight 6 t), 6 × 6 (10 t) and 8 × 8 (15 t).


Armored cars increased security "Typhoon"

Armored vehicles Ural-63095 and Ural-63099 "Typhoon"

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  1. +9
    April 10 2013 08: 37
    Handsome, and with protection he is okay good
    1. +3
      April 10 2013 13: 01
      Not yet known. Let's wait for the test results
      1. -1
        April 10 2013 16: 23
        In general, the fact is clear - there is protection and there is order with it. The question is how good this protection is. The mass of the car is in doubt - 24t ... is it too much for easy transport?
        1. -1
          April 10 2013 21: 31
          There is no fact on the face - the machine is still in development, and the set of tests has not passed.
  2. avt
    April 10 2013 09: 01
    Quote: Speckled32
    Handsome, and with protection he is okay

    Yeah, Inspire good
  3. smershspy
    April 10 2013 09: 02
    Very nice car! I hope he gets into special troops!
    1. -2
      April 10 2013 12: 01
      1. albanech
        6 June 2013 16: 35
        What nonsense! Write with the letters of the Russian alphabet! I hope that you know the alphabet: A, B, C, D, D (for now, enough), and the rest yourself! Good luck laughing
  4. +7
    April 10 2013 09: 11
    Photos from the exhibition in Nizhny Tagil "Defense and Protection 2012" (on one back there are "guys" from 12 OSPN Internal Troops of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation) a demonstration building with marks from 7,62, 12,7 and 5,45 was also attached. passed all the available obstacles, the most impressive was overcoming a slide made of concrete blocks 40 cm high.
  5. +1
    April 10 2013 09: 15
    I don’t understand, but the fuel tanks are not protected ?!
    1. +2
      April 10 2013 09: 45
      They are thick-walled for sure, or double tapping them is rather difficult, they also had 2 marks from 7,62
  6. +4
    April 10 2013 09: 26
    So what's the matter, let them be in the army ...
    1. -2
      April 10 2013 10: 54
      The tanks will flash complete nonsense when firing or detonating an ordinary grenade like cardboard, from the same PCM you can make holes in them as in a drushlag, or do you think that militants for guys will purely shoot from a slingshot ?????
      1. NickitaDembelnulsa
        April 10 2013 17: 35
        Tanks are primarily reserved. The most dangerous place is that.
  7. +2
    April 10 2013 11: 23
    It is not regrettable, but the real capabilities of this car, we can see only after using it in military operations and God forbid that it would meet all the declared characteristics, but it would be better if it surpasses them.
    1. NickitaDembelnulsa
      April 10 2013 17: 28
      And it’s better not to have military operations, cars, and so it’s clear that quality
  8. NickitaDembelnulsa
    April 10 2013 13: 46
    Monster. Torque is so generally a bomb.
  9. 0
    April 10 2013 14: 10
    Normal replacement for armored personnel carriers. Just at the motorized rifle department. And it is quite possible to carry loads. Not like tigers and willows. They only replace "commander" UAZs and use them in the internal troops.
  10. +3
    April 10 2013 14: 10
    Quote: Drejk
    The tanks will flash complete nonsense when firing or detonating an ordinary grenade like cardboard, from the same PCM you can make holes in them as in a drushlag, or do you think that militants for guys will purely shoot from a slingshot ?????

    and what suggestions? put them under armor? it is better that the tank explosion occurs outside the armorthan under it

    Yes, and the tanks do not take up small volume, in case of damage, the car will have enough fuel in the system to go several kilometers ahead and get out of ambush

    this is not a tank, this is a transport for the delivery of infantry and cargo
    1. avt
      April 10 2013 16: 23
      Quote: Bad
      and what suggestions? put them under armor? it’s better that the tank explodes outside the armor than underneath

      That's right, before the war, armored cars were with a tank under the armor, and even in separate structures above the driver’s head! Real crematorium.
  11. +3
    April 10 2013 14: 38
    The photo gallery is excellent. But I would like more information. Yes, and photos of the interior would also not hurt at all ...

    Kama rival Miass. It looks like it’s more spectacular, but the Ural machine is much prettier to me personally and causes more confidence ...
    1. +5
      April 10 2013 15: 20
      I don’t know how TTX KAMAZ is better or worse than the Urals. But one thing is for sure, it looks spectacular, let the foreigners say:
      "They have two axles in front of the truck (Kamaz), helicopters without a tail rotor (KA-50/52), planes with a wing in the opposite direction (SU-47), and in general they have bears walking the streets."
      in short, let them be afraid ...
      1. +2
        April 10 2013 20: 27
        Quote: agent
        let foreigners ... in short let them be afraid

        Nivapros. From this point of view, I absolutely agree with you 100% ...
        We have a lot of things to be. Well, of course, if we really want it ... tongue wink laughing YYY
  12. +1
    April 10 2013 16: 04
    Alison automatic gearbox doesn't bother anyone?
    1. 0
      April 10 2013 16: 33
      No, it doesn’t. Drive in the Urals with a manual transmission - much will become clear.
      1. +1
        April 10 2013 21: 52
        Those. Is convenience more important than import? Or are we producing them under license?
    2. Kir
      April 10 2013 16: 45
      It is always embarrassing when they put someone else's on military equipment, by the way, and which tires from Mechlin? Or the type for export. By the way, the purpose of the "vestibule" of the 63099 model is interesting, but in general, nice cars, God forbid that the quality was at the level and even higher.
      1. +1
        April 10 2013 17: 36
        Quote: Kir
        tires from Mashlen for what? Or type with export

        no, for trophies
  13. ramsi
    April 10 2013 20: 53
    landing-landing - not in ... (to hell)
    1. 0
      April 12 2013 13: 04
      On the contrary! More effective than currently present in the Urals - "Zvezda". There, from the entire side height, I fall asleep, as much as the spine in underpants.
  14. Wild boar
    April 10 2013 23: 10
    Quote: Marssik
    They are thick-walled for sure, or double tapping them is rather difficult, they also had 2 marks from 7,62

    I'm afraid they will seem "biased", but apart from bullets with a caliber of 7,62 mm. , in the war, fragments fly from close explosions and bullets of 12,7 - 14,5 mm caliber .. I don't consider larger calibers, not a tank, but it was possible to create an armored box.
    Quote: Geisenberg
    No, it doesn’t. Drive in the Urals with a manual transmission - much will become clear.
    I will give an example from the automobile industry, using the example of a GAZ car. If we compare the GAZ21, GAZ24, and GAZ3110 with the same engine, but different gearboxes, namely 3, 4 and 5 speed, then there is a pattern - the number of gears does not add dynamics, but it adds great "hemorrhoids".
    Believe my experience, for example, installing a 4-mortar from 24-ki to a Gazelle dramatically increases its dynamics, and fuel consumption increases by no more than half a liter. So what am I doing all this for? And besides, if the transmission is not friendly with the engine, then no automatic transmission will help, and if it was considered a specific engine, then there are 3 steps for the eyes.

    But why the hell is Euro-4? Protect it beyond my understanding. The engine of a military vehicle is primarily required for reliability, in all conditions, and not for compliance with linden standards. Achieving this compliance is only possible by applying electronic fuel injectionThat is, injector pump instead of high pressure fuel pump, and this is generally not permissible in modern conditions, we are talking about EMP. Moreover, on old diesel engines YaMZ, TNVD in-line, which greatly increases the reliability of the engine, compared with rotary Injection pump, not to mention electric injection.

    What I really liked was that the FVU guessed to hide it under the casing, otherwise on modern "products", the trouble is with that.
  15. 0
    April 11 2013 11: 59
    This, of course, is all good and cannot but rejoice. But for me, we will again come to the armored personnel carrier. Why are all these armored vehicles better than armored personnel carriers?
  16. Wild boar
    April 11 2013 14: 47
    Quote: white_f
    Why are all these armored vehicles better than armored personnel carriers?

    No better. It's just that the idea is to drive on "public roads" without an escort. Although, it is not clear what military armored vehicles should do on these very roads. To the bathhouse, "to wash", to carry the personnel? In general, it is indeed a very controversial invention of the Western mind.
    1. 0
      April 12 2013 13: 10
      [/ b] [b] Although what to do with military armored vehicles on these very roads is not clear. [/ b] Look at Chechnya, Ingushetia, Dagestan, Stavropol, Ossetia, etc.
  17. +1
    April 12 2013 03: 06
    An automatic box and even an import one, the V-shaped bottom is not a panacea for undermining (what if someone puts mines NOT in the middle of the road) and with tanks it is not clear ... and what kind of turret on the roof?
    IMHO for explosives is suitable and for the modernization of SV BTR and BMP-1,2
  18. Hunter 2-1
    April 12 2013 20: 32
    Great car, it’s good to break through and more likely to survive, the defense is good, the armament is also good, many soldiers can be planted.
  19. +1
    April 18 2013 13: 17
    Quote: Boar
    But why the hell is Euro-4? Protect it beyond my understanding.

    perhaps the militants may say that your cars are poisoning the air heavily and put in a corner for non-compliance with environmental standards. But seriously, exporting our products for showcasing it with bioethanol would have been seasoned just to be sold, and let our soldiers be on armored personnel carriers