FNSS shared a video on the company’s social media accounts. The video shows the company’s most recent works that will be exhibited for the first time at IDEF23. There is no further information on the According to the company website; the 8X8 vehicle is part of the PARS SCOUT 6x6 tactical wheeled Armoured Combat Vehicle (ACV) family.
It is designed to be used both in low and high-intensity scenarios. The 8X8 vehicle has a power-to-weight ratio of 20 Hp/ton and is powered by diesel engines. The PARS SCOUT 8X8 reaches a maximum road speed of up to 100 km/h and can manoeuvre on 60 per cent vertical and a 30 per cent side slope, climbing 0.7 meters high obstacles. The PARS SCOUT 8X8 provides more than 700 km range. The vehicle is fitted with run-flat tires and with a self-recovery winch. The two-man cab at the front of the vehicle is protected by ballistic glass, which provides a 230-degree horizontal field of view for driving safety and situational awareness. The large ballistic windscreen and the day/night cameras at the front and rear give the driver and commander a wide field of view. The PARS SCOUT 8x8 has an eight-meter length. Its trench crossing capacity is two meters, and its turning radius is 10,5 meters. The vehicle may have manned and remote-controlled turrets. Various types of missile systems can be integrated into the vehicle. The one in the video is exhibited with Saber 25 turret. It can be transported on A400M, C-5, C-17, IL-76, AN-124 aircraft.