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Mine resistant ambush protected vehicle


The Zubr mine resistant ambush protected vehicle can withstand 8 kg mine blast

Country of origin Poland
Entered service ?
Crew 2 men
Personnel 10 men
Dimensions and weight
Weight 14 t
Length 6.95 m
Width 2.45 m
Height 2.65 m
Engine Iveco Tector diesel
Engine power 275 hp
Maximum road speed 100 km/h
Range 600 km
Gradient 60%
Side slope 30%
Vertical step ~ 0.5 m
Trench 0.5 m
Fording 0.7 m


   The Zubr (European bison) mine resistant ambush protected vehicle was developed by Polish AMZ-Kutno as a private venture. This armored vehicle was publicly revealed in 2008.

   The Zubr MRAP has a V-shaped hull for protection against landmines and IEDs. It is claimed that this armored vehicle can withstand 8 kg mine blast. All-round protection is against 7.62-mm armor piercing rounds. The Zubr is armed with remotely controlled weapon station.

   This Polish MRAP can carry 10 fully equipped troops. Vehicle has a payload capacity of 2 000 - 5 000 kg. It can also tow a 1 500 kg capacity trailer.

The Zubr MRAP is based on Iveco EuroCargo 4x4 truck, which is license-produced in Poland. Vehicle is powered by Iveco Tector turbocharged diesel engine, developing 275 hp. This mine resistant ambush protected vehicle can be airlifted by the C-130 Hercules or larger military cargo aircraft.




   Zubr-P (Poprad) air defense vehicle, fitted with Grom missiles. Missiles can engage targets at a maximum range of 5.5 km and maximum altitude of 3.5 km;

   Zubr-MMSR, air surveillance vehicle, equipped with Sola radar. Radar has a maximum range of 52 km. It can track up to 64 targets simultaneously;

   Zubr-WD command vehicle, fitted with five workstations.


   A small number of Zubr-P air defense vehicles and MMSR radar carriers were expected to enter service with the Polish Army in 2013.





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