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Pandur I - Бронетранспортер (Австрия)

Pandur I

Pandur is an APC developed and produced by the Austrian company Steyr-Daimler-Puch Spezialfahrzeuge (SSF). It was developed during the 1980s as a private venture. In 2003, General Dynamics took over Steyr-Daimler-Puch which is now part of General Dynamics European Land Systems (GD ELS), which is also the parent company of MOWAG, Santa Bárbara Sistemas and GD ELS - Germany.

Pandur 6X6 APC
Type - Armoured personnel carrier
Place of origin - Austria
Service history
In service - 1996-present
Production history
Designed - 1980s
Manufacturer - Steyr-Daimler-Puch
Mass - 13.5 tonnes
Length - 5.7 m (18 ft 8 in)
Width - 2.5 m (8 ft 2 in)
Height - 1.82 m (6 ft)
Crew - 2 + 8 passengers
Armor - protection against 12.7 mm rounds in the 30° frontal arc and against 7,62 mm rounds everywhere else
Main armament - 12.7 mm MG (other options available)
Engine - Steyr 6-cylinder turbo-charged diesel / 194 kW (260 bhp) at 2400 rpm
Operational range - 700 km (430 mi)
Maximum speed - 100 km/h (62 mph)

The baseline vehicle is armed with a 12.7 mm (.50 cal) heavy machine gun. Its modular design allows it to be fitted with a variety of weapon systems, including a 20 mm autocannon and an armored two-man 90 mm gun turret. Some Slovenian Pandur 1 (Valuk) are armed with a 40mm automatic grenade launchers with different ammunition like HE, HEDP, smoke and so on.


Pandur I
1. Model A (extended centre roof)
1.1. Ambulance
1.2. Anti-Tank Vehicle
1.3. Armoured Personnel Carrier
1.4. Command Post Vehicle
1.5. Infantry Fighting Vehicle (Valuk)
1.6. Repair and Recovery Vehicle
2. Model B (flat roof)
2.1. Amphibious Vehicle (greater buoyancy and is propelled in the water by two water jets)
2.2. Mortar Carrier
2.3. Reconnaissance Fire Support Vehicle
Pandur II

The Pandur I is no longer in production and has been replaced by the improved Pandur II, which is available in 6×6 and 8×8 versions.

Austria - Introduced to the Austrian Army in 1996 (71 vehicles) + 32 Pandur EVO. Additional 32 Pandur EVO on order.
Belgium - Belgian Army (60, built in Belgium).
Gabon - Gabonese Army (1 vehicle).
Kuwait - Kuwait National Guard (70 in 6 versions, produced by AV Technology).
Slovenia - Slovenian Army (85, produced under license, locally known as Valuk). Slovenian army requested 14 new Pandur EVO in late 2019. Austria is offering a government to government contract with Slovenia as GDELS is willing to offer the 14 Pandur EVO to the army. Currently waiting for the new government to decide for the purchase. Estimated cost is around 40 million Euro.
United States - US Army (50, produced by AV Technology as the Armored Ground Mobility System for USASOC).

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