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Tiuna UR-53AR50
Tuina.jpg
A Tiuna with a covered cab roof.
TypeLight Utility Vehicle
Place of originVenezuela
Service history
In service2004 - Present
Production history
ManufacturerCENARECA
Unit cost$69,767.44 (USD) / BsF. 142.857,00 (VEF) (basic unit)
ProducedJuly 20, 2004 – present
Specifications
Mass2 tons
Length4.92 meters
Crew9 (Including driver)

EngineGeneral Motors Vortec V8 5.3 litre
Transmission5-speed
Suspensionwheeled

The Tiuna UR-53AR50 is a Venezuelan multipurpose military vehicle, presented by CENARECA and assembled locally by Venezolana de Vehículos para la Defensa.[1] The assembly plant is located at Fort Tiuna, Caracas, Distrito Capital, Venezuela.[1]

The Tiuna design was created by Toyota[citation needed] to compete with the American-made Humvee, which was first shown to the public on July 20, 2004.[2]

Production vehicles are built with the support of companies that bring vehicle parts for its construction and co-ops that work at the Fort Tiuna Assembly Plant (VVD Headquarters). This vehicle is designed and built in Venezuela.

Models

The following are known production models for the Tiuna:[1][3][4]

  • Military
    • Reconnaissance
    • Anti-Tank
    • Command Post
    • Anti-Air
    • Communications
    • Anti-Riot
    • Recoilless rifle-mounted (M40)
  • Others
    • Transportation (Personal)
    • Cargo (Dry)
    • Ambulance
    • Maintenance
    • Fuel
    • Water tanker
  • Civilian
    • SUV

Operators

Map of Tiuna operators in blue
Map of Tiuna operators in blue

[5][3][6]

References

  1. ^ a b c "El Vehículo Multipropósito TIUNA" (in Spanish). Archived from the original on 2006-05-06. Retrieved 2012-03-10.
  2. ^ "Venezuela expone vehículos militares en Paraguay" (in Spanish). Digital ABC. Retrieved 2012-03-10.
  3. ^ a b c d e "Tiuna". Military Today. 2015-02-02. Retrieved 2010-03-10.
  4. ^ http://defence-blog.com/army/in-venezuela-have-developed-a-new-tiuna-with-m40a1-106mm-recoilless-cannon.html
  5. ^ https://plsadaptive.s3.amazonaws.com/gfiles/_6HNWEarmoured_vehicles_latin_america_market_report_2017_0.pdf?response-content-type=application/pdf&AWSAccessKeyId=AKIAICW5IOYOPOZOU3TQ&Expires=1504089371&Signature=WgNTm2ttNeK%2BLvnoltUxzMa%2BqQk%3D[permanent dead link]
  6. ^ http://www.ceptm.iue.edu.ar/pdf/armored.pdf
  7. ^ http://survincity.com/2010/05/venezuela-armored-vehicles-armed-with-their-own/

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