12 New Scorpion Vehicles

New Scorpion Vehicles

Posted on May 27, 2012 by team

Scorpion Machines 1

Let us present you a special all-wheel drive vehicle “Scorpion-LSHA” under the index “Scorpion-2M” and a multi-purpose armoured car “Scorpion-LSHA B.”

A few words about “Scorpion-2M” first…

Scorpion Machines 2


Dimensions: 4810 x 2100 x 2100 mm

Wheelbase: 3050 mm, 4×4

Number of seats: 8

Curb base: 2400 kg

Full weight: 3500 kg

Lifting capacity: 1100 kg

Scorpion Machines 4


12 Responses to “New Scorpion Vehicles”

  1. flodadolf says:

    Cooper tires! Made in my hometown in Ohio! (Or maybe China, depending. Hard to tell, these days, without looking closely. But they’re definitely not Russian.)

  2. 山下智久 says:

    is Canada a part of the USA?
    is ukraine a part of the russia?o(︶︿︶)o唉o

  3. Adriano says:

    This vehicle would maybe pass in ’90s but not now. Very primitive crafted.

    • vorontsevich (f/k/a ayaa) says:

      How much do you know about armour?

      What makes it primitive? The blunt edges and box design?

      This is a light armoured vehicle. It can’t stand against attacks by tank and artillery rounds, or RPG’s for that matter. It is intended to provide protection from small-arms fire.

      If every vehicle in the military had tank level protection, there would be no flexibility and there would also be a great loss in mobility. Not to mention vastly increased costs.

    • jeffrey pigden says:

      I remember that same comment about the T34 tank over the PzKW V!

  4. Ty-ty says:

    heavy shitty car out of 4.5 k mts weight only 600 kg carrying capa

  5. Tovarich Volk says:

    The Fuel tank on the second one is in a BAD place, I realise that the most likely run on diesel so you can rule out an exploding fuel tank, but still they need to locate it in a better place than having it out in the open, as it provides a very ripe target, and running out of fuel on a battlefield because you no longer have a tank is a bad thing.

  6. Mike Talino says:

    What a crap. The first one is corroded already.

    The steering wheel with an airbag is borrowed I think from a Lada.

    It’s not for the Russian army, thy would never purchase a bucket like that. Maybe they are planning export to poor African countries.

    • vorontsevich (f/k/a ayaa) says:

      Actually there is a deal to produce it in Russia under license. And they are meant to be used by the Russian army and MVD.


  7. Fiold says:

    It has Polish engine :) Andoria.

  8. warsawvoice says:

    This is polish Honker, version Skorpion http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Honker

  9. RASER says:

    Russians have becomes softcocks!
    ~Winch required to lower the spare-tire
    ~A heater in the cabin.
    Stalin would be turning in his grave
    Be a ok weekend toy for $5k

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