This unique vehicle is based on the initial requirement for extra carrying capacity utilised in a modular approach in the armour industry for upgradeability for armour protection and accommodate the dynamic nature of the ever changing environment.

This changing environment can be accommodated by integrating hardware and software solutions that can be personalised per customer URS (user requirement statement.) This vehicle was designed and built by Panzer Technologies in the Republic of South Africa.

The proven driveline components and service infrastructure of Mag Truck Spares, makes the Panzer KF26 life cycle cost efficient. Service and spares are available in most parts of the world. The vehicle have a payload of over 3 ton available to be adapted and changed to customer needs and requirements. The vehicle also offers mine protection for the wheels only.

The KF47 Is our latest vehicle that was designed specifically for the urban quick reaction high mobility environments. As the threat of landmines decreased the IED threat became more prevalent. The KF47 is the answer to side blasts and provides superior ballistic performance to any other vehicle in its class. With a sub 10 meter turning circle this vehicle is extremely agile and easy to drive.


Make - TATA
Model - 697 NA TATA
Cylinders - In-line 6
Displacement - 5675cc
Power - 96KW @ 2500 rpm
Torque - 363nm 1500rpm
Coolant -

Cooling Liquid, pump driven circulation



Fuel - Diesel
Type - Four stroke turbo inter-cooler



Type - GBS 40
Gears - 5 forward and 1 reverse



Type - Beam axles with leaf springs
Springs - Semi-elliptic steel leaf springs
Shock Absorbers - Single action telescopic



Type - Power assisted RHD or LHD



Front & Rear - Dual ait over hydraulic
Parking brake - Spring actuated parking brake
Auxilliary - Exhaust brake



Type - 2x 12V 60 Ah - 24V



Type -

Standard M16 5.56x45 Ball
Upgradable to 7.62 x 54 API



Base price - POA 4 month for first unit thereafter
Lead Time - 4 units per day

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