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Chaborz M-6 is a high cross-country mobile tactical vehicle. It is a more advanced six-seat version of the previously developed Chaborz M-3.
Chaborz M-6 was introduced by the Russian Special Forces University (formerly the International Special Forces Training Center) at the International Military Technical Forum "Army-2017".
Like the three-seat Chaborz M-3, the vehicle was developed by the engineering company F-Motorsport with the assistance of the Russian Special Forces University, mass production is at the Chechenavto plant.
Chaborz M-6 can be quickly adapted to specific mission. The vehicle can be used for the transportation of troops and cargo, as a towing vehicle, ambulance-evacuation, scout or reconnaissance vehicle. It can be installed a launching complex for drones, communications and reconnaissance equipment.
Four machine guns can be used on the vehicle: three 7.62-mm PCMs or Pechenegs MG and one pintle mounted 12.7-mm Kord or Utes HMG. Instead of a heavy machine gun, an 30-mm AGS automatic grenade launcher can be used.
Chaborz M-6 can be driven by various engines with power from 150 to 300 hp: it can be both traditional diesel or gasoline engines, as well as a hybrid diesel-electric power plant, which will ensure the possibility of noiseless movement. Transmission 4x4 with permanent all-wheel drive, gearbox - automatic or mechanical.
Payload is 800 kg. Overall dimensions of the vehicle: length - 4300 mm, width - 1900 mm, height - 1800 mm. Range up to 800 km.
Chaborz M-6 can be transported inside or outside the Mi-8 helicopter.
Serial production of the vehicle is planned from 2018.