New Scorpion Vehicles

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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…

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“Scorpion-LSHA”:

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

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Spare tyre on the door

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The vehicle may be produced either with a tilt-covered or with a metal body. For the cold season a specially heated tent is designed.

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“Scorpion-LSHA B”:

Dimensions: 4890 x 2150 x 2190 mm

Wheelbase: 2050 mm, 4×4

Number of seats: 8

Full weight: 4500 kg

Lifting capacity: 600 kg

Engine: Andoria, diesel

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Engine can be armoured too if the client wants.

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via twower

12 thoughts on “New Scorpion Vehicles”

  1. 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.)

    • 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.

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

    • 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.

      O_O

  4. Russians have becomes softcocks!
    ie/
    ~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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