The Ukrainian Armed Forces showed the Polish AMZ Dzik armored vehicle at the battlefront
Polish armored vehicle spotted at the front AMZ Dzik. On the supply of cars for the Armed Forces of Ukraine reported back in the spring.
What we know
AMZ Dzik is built on the SCM S55/62 chassis with reinforced plates. The vehicle is equipped with a rack for a machine gun. The vehicle has bulletproof visors that protect the crew. They are installed on each side of the tailgate.
Poland adopted the AMZ Dzik in 2004. A number of other vehicles are based on this armored vehicle. For example, the Bumar Poprad air defense system, armored truck, police car, as well as ambulance and infantry vehicle.
AMZ Dzik is equipped with Iveco Aifo SOFIM 8140.43N engine and can reach 100 km/h. Cruising range is 800 km. The armored vehicle is available in four versions: Dzik Cargo, Dzik AT, Dzik-3 and Dzik-2.
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