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Austrian Army ordered these vehicles in A total of Ulan vehicles were produced by Steyr and delivered to the Austrian Army. Deliveries commenced in Vehicle is completed with a 30 mm Mauser cannon. Ulan carrier rounds for the main gun. There is also a coaxial 7. Vehicle comes with a modern fire control system.
The Ulan infantry fighting vehicle's thick front armor protects against Add-on Maskros Lampa Ikea plates, if fitted, protect from the 30 mm rounds.
However all-round protection is against 7. The Ulan infantry fighting vehicle is powered by a German MTU series diesel Ascod Ifv, developing horsepower. Engine is mounted at the front. It is worth mentioning that the Spanish Pizarro Ascod Ifv powered by a different hp unit. Ascod Ifv vehicles have excellent mobility. Vehicle is not amphibious. General Dynamics developed an improved Ulan Phase 2 vehicle Ulan 2.
However Austrian MoD was not willing to order this vehicle. There was also a version, fitted with the Russian BMP-3 turret and additional armor. Can't find what you're looking for? Country of origin. Entered service. Dimensions and weight. Main gun. Machine guns. Engine power. Maximum road speed. Side slope. Vertical step.
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Austrian Army ordered these vehicles in
An infantry fighting vehicle version can be armed with a turret-mounted , , or even 40 mm cannon. The ASCOD 2 is powered by a German MTU V8 T21 turbocharged diesel engine, developing hp. Engine is located at the front. It is mated with a Renk HSLWB 6-speed automatic minervasemanal.euy of origin: Austria, Spain.
· The road speed of the IFV Ascod is 70 km/h. What appeared remarkable and what made the Ascod one of the best IFVs was that its engine power was the AMMUNITION: rounds.
Crew 3 men Personnel ~ 7 men Dimensions and weight Weight ~ 30 t Weight with add-on armor 42 t Length ~ 7. Machine guns? Headquarters of this company is located in Spain. In the s an infantry fighting vehicle was developed for Austria and Spain. It is known as Ulan in Austria and Pizarro in Spain. Essentially it was the same vehicle, but Austrian and Spanish vehicles have some differences to suit local needs. Production vehicles entered service with both countries in