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Reva 4x4 APC
Reva APC.jpg
A Reva 4x4 APC at Camp Victory, Iraq
TypeArmoured personnel carrier
Place of originSouth Africa
Specifications
Mass7.8 t
Length6.0 m
Width2.48 m
Height2.4 m
Crew10

Main
armament
various machine guns
EngineCummins GBT - 5.9 TC 6-cylinder in-line water-cooled direct-injection turbocharged diesel engine
132kW
Suspension4×4-wheeled
Operational
range
500 km
Maximum speed 100 km/h (62 mph)

The REVA Armoured Personnel Carrier (APC) is a mine-protected vehicle. It is produced by Integrated Convoy Protection. The vehicle’s V-shaped hull offers protection against land mines and Improvised Explosive Devices (IED)s. The vehicle has space for at least 10 passengers. Ten firing ports are also available. Two light machine guns can be used and cover a 360-degree on roller bearing turret hatches.

The vehicle is often confused with the Mamba and the RG-31.

Production history

Variants

The REVA 4x4 APC is available as a 10-seater vehicle which includes the driver and co-driver. It was designed in October 2004. ICP are the owners of the Blue Print data pack of the REVA 4x4.

Other models available are:

  • A command and control vehicle
  • An ambulance
  • A recovery vehicle
  • A VIP carrier

Operators

Map with Reva operators in blue
Map with Reva operators in blue

Current operators

Combat history

See also

Other wheeled APCs and IFVs developed in South Africa

General

References

  1. ^ a b c d e "Trade Registers". Armstrade.sipri.org. Retrieved 2013-06-20.
  2. ^ "DefenceWeb".
  3. ^ http://defense-studies.blogspot.com/2009/12/thailands-armed-forces-modernisation.html

External links

This page was last edited on 26 April 2019, at 02:56
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