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IMV 0.75

Light utility vehicle

IMV 0.75

IMV 0.75 light utility vehicle

Entered service Late 1980s
Configuration 4x4
Cab seating 1 + 7 men
Dimensions and weight
Weight (empty) 2.18 t
Maximum load 750 t
Length 4.2 m
Width 1.74 m
Height 2.1 m
Engine S54V 2.5-liter diesel
Engine power 74 hp
Maximum road speed 120 km/h
Range ~ 750 km
Gradient 60%
Side slope 30%
Vertical step ~ 0.5 m
Trench ~ 0.5 m
Fording 0.7 m


   The Red Flag Factory in Kragujavac, Serbia, produced the Italian FIAT AR-59 Campagnola under licence for many years as the Zastav AR-51. During the mid-1980s Yugoslav vehicle designers used their AR-51 experience to develop a larger vehicle which emerged as the Industrija Motornih Vozil (IMV) 0.75 - 4x4. In some ways the IMV 0.75 visually resembles the later FIAT Campagnola 1107 AD but the overall dimensions are larger all round ant the payload is increased to seven passengers (plus the driver) or 750 kg of payload.

   The body has a semi-forward control cab and is manufactured mainly using flat pressed steel sheets welded together on a strong welded steel chassis.

   Only one style of weather cover was normally offered, a canvas tilt over removable bows. To reduce height even further for air or other transport once the tilt has been removed, the windscreen can be folded forward; the overall height is then only 1.45 m.

   Water obstacles up to 0.9 m deep can be crossed following preparation using a special kit. Production and spares holdings are assisted by the front and rear axles being identical. The IMV 0.75 assumed many of the ex-Yugoslav armed forces roles formerly carried out by the AR-51. These included towing light artillery pieces, such as the 76 mm M4 mountain gun, and 120 mm mortars.


IMV 0.75

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