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Turkish armored personnel carrier PARS 4x4

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Turkish armored personnel carrier PARS 4x4

The PARS 4x4 wheeled armored personnel carrier, the newest member of the PARS family, designed and manufactured by FNSS Defense Systems, was shown at the international defense exhibition IDEF, held in Istanbul in May 2015.

The machine, designed to meet the operational needs of Turkey’s ground forces on the battlefield, was designed by the Ankara research and development center of FNSS.

PARS 4x4 was developed in four versions: a command post, an armored tactical vehicle with a combat module, a reconnaissance variant and an anti-armored variant. Other vehicles of the PARS family include the PARS 6x6 and PARS 8x8 armored vehicles.


Four variants of the PARS armored personnel carrier: command post, an armored tactical vehicle with a combat module, a reconnaissance variant and an option to combat armored vehicles

Design and characteristics of the wheeled armored personnel carrier PARS 4x4

The armored personnel carrier PARS 4x4 has an open architecture and can swim. The machine can be transported by military transport aviatione.g. C130H, A400, C17, C-5 Galaxy and CH-47 Chinook.

Machine dimensions: length 5 meters, width 2,5 meters and height 1,9 meters. It accommodates five crew members, located on energy absorbing seats. Roof-mounted cameras provide a high level of day and night situational awareness for the driver and commander, while windows provide an increased field of view.

The hydraulic winch is fixed in the front, it allows self-pulling if necessary. For landing the landing of the crew from each side there are two doors. The commander's panel and the emergency signal panel, as well as the electrical system compatible with the standards MIL STD 1275 and MIL STD 461, are installed in the machine.

The machine is able to overcome the deep with the rapid flow of water, using two water cannons in the stern of the machine.


Arms mounted on a wheeled armored personnel carrier

The PARS version of the 4x4 PARS is armed with a remote-controlled weapon module with a 12,7-mm machine gun, while the armored version can be equipped with 7,62-mm and 12,7-mm machine guns or 40-mm grenade launchers. A remote-controlled anti-tank guided missile complex is installed on the anti-tank variant.

Protection armored vehicle PARS 4x4

The ballistic materials used in the car provide protection from mines and improvised explosive devices. Bulletproof windows ensure that those sitting inside the car are protected from ballistic threats and physical attacks.

Engine and transmission

The PARS 4x4 armored car is equipped with a diesel engine running on F34 diesel (JP8) and having a specific power 25 – 30 hp / t.

A fully automatic transmission is connected to the engine. Independent double-wishbone hydropneumatic suspension offers the best ride, while locking the axle differential provides increased stability on slippery surfaces and soft soils.

The machine is equipped with working hydropneumatic brakes with anti-lock braking system, as well as parking brakes with spring drive and hydraulic disconnection built into the transmission. Wheels with armor resistant inserts with a centralized wheel inflation system provide all-terrain maneuverability.

Driving characteristics of the PARS 4x4 armored personnel carrier

The tactical vehicle PARS 4x4 develops maximum speed on the 120 highway km / h and on the water 8 km / h. Power reserve is more than 700 km, the angles of the front and rear overhang are 54 ° and 42 °, respectively. The machine can overcome 70% slopes and side slopes up to 40%. The armored personnel carrier can overcome a vertical obstacle 50 cm high and a trench 90 cm wide, the turning radius is approximately 7 meters.




Materials used:
www.fnss.com.tr
www.army-technology.com
www.wikipedia.org
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  1. the47th
    the47th 20 July 2015 06: 21
    +1
    Large glass is a minus. After a short burst of lobovuha, the driver will not see anything. When will they make armored personnel carriers without windows and with only cameras?
    1. corporal
      corporal 20 July 2015 06: 35
      +4
      Quote: the47th
      without windows and with only cameras?

      Maybe just extra. enough triplexes?
    2. Ingvar 72
      Ingvar 72 20 July 2015 07: 42
      +6
      Quote: the47th
      When will they make armored personnel carriers without windows and with only cameras?

      Never. The cameras are not a panacea, EW is improving day by day, and you shouldn’t rely only on electronics.
      1. Blackgrifon
        Blackgrifon 20 July 2015 19: 55
        0
        Quote: Ingvar 72
        Never. The cameras are not a panacea, EW is improving day by day, and you shouldn’t rely only on electronics.

        The theater, on which the Turkish armed forces are accustomed to operating, did not have players with powerful electronic warfare equipment. Iran has only recently made a name for itself. In addition, the Turks have gained extensive experience in counter-guerrilla operations (they cannot be compared with the IDF or the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, but significantly more than most European states), so this point is also taken into account.
        1. k_ply
          k_ply 21 July 2015 14: 42
          0
          Quote: Blackgrifon
          ... the Turks have gained extensive experience in counter-guerrilla operations (they can’t be compared with the IDF or the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, but significantly more than most European states) ...

          Aha! their experience is greater and more valuable in the fight against the "terrorist" Kurdish peshmerga than that of the British and French in confronting Afghan and African thugs.
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    3. MilitaryKAZ
      MilitaryKAZ 21 July 2015 16: 21
      +1
      the47th SU - YOU are right so it is, the SChS The doctrine of war has changed. The current Armored vehicles live for several minutes, then the turn of RPG-7, RPG-28, RPG-29, RPG-30, RPG-32, etc., or TOU , TOU-2, and of course the ATGMs of the Russian Federation., So that the Syrian military forces are moving in civilian cars, it is useless to drive an armored car !!
  2. corporal
    corporal 20 July 2015 06: 24
    +1
    Is the waterjet not protected by a mudguard? No.
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    2. cdrt
      cdrt 20 July 2015 14: 10
      +5
      Quote: Corporal
      Is the waterjet not protected by a mudguard?


      And the hatches are thin, and there are no logs
  3. cth; fyn
    cth; fyn 20 July 2015 07: 34
    +1
    The strange machine we and Amers have quite suitable cars of this type, you could learn from both polar points of view.
  4. Nova
    Nova 20 July 2015 08: 52
    +7
    This is the German "Fennek", which they have produced since 2001. Have you bought a license from the gloomy ones? Although the Turkish feel is too small compared to the German original. It looks like a dumb Chinese style copy-paste.
    1. wei
      wei 20 July 2015 11: 43
      -1
      This is the German "Fennek", which they have produced since 2001

      GAZ-3937 (Vodnik) is a Russian car for transporting people and goods in difficult areas. Provides crew protection from small arms. Designed by OKB GAZ OJSC. It is made at the Arzamas engineering plant.
      Adopted by the Ministry of Defense of Russia in 2005
      1. Blackgrifon
        Blackgrifon 20 July 2015 19: 57
        +2
        Quote: wei
        GAZ-3937 (Vodnik)

        It has not been manufactured for a long time and will be thrown out of the VSRF due to "professional unsuitability":
        1. weak armor protection,
        2. low mine protection,
        3. very poor ergonomics.
      2. Nova
        Nova 25 July 2015 10: 06
        +1
        Why are you doing this? I know very well about Vodnik. Yes, our beautiful car, can swim, excellent cross-country ability, and? I'm talking about the fact that the new Turkish armored personnel carrier is an exact copy of the German one.
    2. Argon
      Argon 20 July 2015 16: 39
      -1
      Where did they come from in Turkey? 100 years as Osman was "debunked" and driven onto palm trees, 40 years as they came down from them, 20 years as Germans teach them to do something with their hands, and the same buy-sell-sherbet-merbet. It was Erdogan's tail that was "burned", so that he, in order not to be "on a par" with Hussein and Gaddafi, began to buy samples for a screwdriver assembly. It seems like building a national military-industrial complex, bringing the army into a truly combat-ready state.
    3. MilitaryKAZ
      MilitaryKAZ 21 July 2015 16: 23
      +1
      The Germans are doing well, a civilian car, but not a military one, just if you look at some kind of non-age transport on the BMP PUMA, and even expensive, compared to BMP-3 PUMA is resting.
  5. Dam
    Dam 20 July 2015 10: 20
    -1
    Base 4 * 4, as with cross? I think nothing. Very little I believe that a serious anti-mine reservation of such a machine is possible. And in general, a mess like a mess
    1. Blackgrifon
      Blackgrifon 20 July 2015 19: 58
      +2
      And with which it is about the BRDM-2M has a low cross?
  6. new communist
    new communist 20 July 2015 11: 03
    +5
    A magnificent car, a wonderful concept, this is what our army needs, and even by riding on an armored personnel carrier the concept of which has long been a dead end. And this is what is needed and the cross is good and the power is magnificent. If a landing party takes a cornet or MANPADS, then this is generally strong striking power
  7. wanderer_032
    wanderer_032 20 July 2015 13: 24
    +3
    Wheel armored personnel carrier PARS 4x4

    Well, what kind of armored personnel carrier is this? request This is a typical BRDM ...





    And if you compare with our BRDM previous generations, then in general, almost one to one.
    Only windows and doors were inserted from the sides ...

    1. cdrt
      cdrt 20 July 2015 14: 12
      +4
      Quote: wanderer_032
      Well, what kind of armored personnel carrier is this? This is a typical BRDM ...


      BRDM - yes, she herself is: an excellent overview, swims. Only with PMZ and protection more serious than the BRDM.
      We would just like that, in the quality of the BRDM, instead of the flowing Tigers.
      1. wanderer_032
        wanderer_032 20 July 2015 15: 13
        0
        Quote: cdrt
        Only with PMZ and protection more serious than the BRDM.


        Well, BRDMKs were created in the 60 / 70s of the last century, when the Turks generally did not have such equipment. And not only them, but many more.

        Quote: cdrt
        We would just like that, in the quality of the BRDM, instead of the flowing Tigers.


        It makes sense to fence a large number of equipment, if such machines can be produced on one wheeled chassis?

        In addition, if a light BRDM is needed, then we already have such an armored car:

        1. Sling
          Sling 20 July 2015 23: 30
          +2
          Quote: wanderer_032
          In addition, if a light BRDM is needed, then we already have such an armored car:

          What kind of beast? Floats?
          1. ICT
            ICT 21 July 2015 02: 11
            +2
            Quote: Sling
            What kind of beast?


            were here with us
            http://topwar.ru/56137-zaversheny-predvaritelnye-ispytaniya-novogo-rossiyskogo-s
            hturmovogo-vnedorozhnika-amfibii-ansyr.html # comment-id-3192121

            Quote: Sling
            Swims?


            when looking for evidence ......... video in reply

            1. ICT
              ICT 21 July 2015 02: 30
              0
              Quote: TIT
              when looking for evidence.


              and by the way about the birds, but where are the real videos swimming overcoming water barriers, not a cartoon, it's me about them
            2. Sling
              Sling 21 July 2015 08: 04
              +1
              Pasibki did not know hi
    2. MilitaryKAZ
      MilitaryKAZ 20 July 2015 17: 11
      +1
      You are right, Foreign Engineers make tuft technique, Copy all Soviet Techniques
      1. Blackgrifon
        Blackgrifon 20 July 2015 20: 02
        +1
        Quote: MilitaryKAZ
        Copy all Soviet Techniques

        It's irony?
        Quote: wanderer_032
        In addition, if a light BRDM is needed, then we already have such an armored car:

        1. A full-fledged intelligence system is placed on the Tiger.
        2. The BRDM-3 is produced on the basis of the BTR-80A
        3. Why reconnaissance this light BA? Fenneck and Shot have an order of magnitude greater armor protection, only the first with a large bias for reconnaissance, and the second for battle.
        BRDM-2 is a good car with a lot of experience in reconnaissance and combat (before the Donbass, our troops successfully used them during 888), but there will probably not be a new 4x4 generation.
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  8. Oslyabya
    Oslyabya 21 July 2015 14: 00
    0
    According to general decisions, I would attribute it to the police or commander’s devices: convenience of landing, visibility, armor protection ...