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Lynx infantry fighting vehicle (IFV)

  • Infantry Fighting Vehicle (IFV)
  • Command & control
  • Armoured reconnaissance
  • Repair & recovery
  • Ambulance
    Weighing up to 38 tonnes, Lynx KF31 can seat 3+6 soldiers
    Lynx KF41 is slightly larger and can carry 3+8 soldiers
    Crew 3 3
    dismounts 6 8
    Height3.3m 3.3m
    Combat Weight38,000 kilogram
    (83,774 pound)
    44,000 kilogram
    (97,002 pound)
    MLC/GVM: 42 at 38 tonne 49 at 44 tonnes
    Engine Power 563kW (750hp) 800kW (1,050hp)
    1,140 hp (850 kW)
    Rolling Rubber Wheels 6 6
    Max Speed: 65km/h 70km/h
    Powerpack Design Front engine, rear cooling, rear exhaust system
    Percent Gradient 60 %
    Side Slope 30 %
    Ditch Crossing Ability 2.50 meter (98 inch)
    Fording Depth 1.50 meter (59 inch)
    Step Climbing Ability 1 meter (39.4 inch)
    Running Gear Segmented rubber band or lightweight steel tracks; torsion bar based suspension system with swing arms and dampers
    Protection Ballistic, mine, IED and bomblet protection, ADS, combined NBC and air-conditioning system, blast attenuating seats, optional Rheinmetall ADS
    Main Armament (IFV variants) Lance manned/unmanned turret fitted with 30 or 35mm cannon, 200rds/minute rate-of-fire; 45/-10 elevation/depression
    Main Gun Max Range 3,000 meter
    Secondary Armament 7.62mm co-axial; remotely-controlled weapon system, ATGM
    Sighting Systems 360 independent digital commanders sight (SEOSS-P) and digital gunners sight (SEOSS-S)
    Situational Awareness
  • 360 TV/IR cameras networked with SEOSS-P and SEOSS-S,
  • Automatic Target Recognition and Tracking
  • Laser Warning and Acoustic Shooter Locating System
  • Battle Management System and Tactical Communications

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