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This is a list of armoured fighting vehicles, sorted by country of origin. The information in round brackets ( ) indicates the number of AFVs produced and the period of use. Prototypes are marked as such.

In the case of multi-national projects, the vehicle may be listed under all applicable countries.

Argentina

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Argentina

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Tanks

  • Nahuel medium tank (World War II era)
  • TAM medium tank (modern)
  • Patagon Light tank (modern)

Infantry fighting vehicles

  • VCTP armored personnel carrier (modern)

Self propelled artillery

  • VCA 155mm SP gun, "Palmaria" turret (modern)
  • VCTM 120mm mortar carrier (modern)

Australia

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Australia

Armoured cars

Austria

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Austria

Armoured cars

  • Junovicz armored car - World War I design
  • Steyr ADGZ - interwar design

Belgium

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Belgium

Armoured cars

  • Automitrailleuse Minerva - World War I design
  • FN 4RM/62F AB

Brazil

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Brazil

Armoured personnel carrier

Infantry fighting vehicles

Main Battle Tank

Self-propelled artillery

4x4 Armored car

  • GUARÁ Avibrás 4x4 light armored car.
  • VBL (inbrafiltro) 4x4 light armored car.
  • AV-VU4 AM medium 4X4 armored car.
  • AV-VBL Heavy 4x4 armored car.

Others

  • EE-17 Sucuri

Bulgaria

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Bulgaria

Canada

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Canada

Tanks

Armoured fighting vehicles

Self propelled artillery

Armoured cars

China

People's Republic of China

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in the People's Republic of China

Tanks

  • Type 58 medium tank (Chinese-produced T-34)
  • Type 59 main battle tank (Copy of Soviet T-54A Tank)
  • Type 59-I
  • Type 59-II
  • Type 59-IIA
  • Type 59-IIA command tank
  • Type 59-IIA mine-sweeper tank
  • Type 59 Gai (test platform for Western technologies)
  • Type 59D
  • Type 59-16 light tank prototype
  • Type 62 light tank
  • Type 62-I
  • Type 62G
  • Type 63 amphibious light tank[1]
  • Type 63A
  • Type 69 main battle tank prototype
  • Type 69-I prototype, incorporating some technologies from captured Soviet T-62
  • Type 69-II (A) main battle tank (First production version released in 1982.)
  • Type 69-II-B/C command tank
  • Type 79, also known as Type 69 III
  • Type 80 main battle tank
  • Type 85 main battle tank
  • Type 88 main battle tank
  • Type 90, exported as MBT-2000
  • Type 96 main battle tank
  • Type 98 prototype main battle tank
  • Type 99 main battle tank

Armoured personnel carriers

  • Type 63 aka YW-531 APC (Cold War)
  • Type 77 Amphibious APC (Cold War)
  • WZ-523 Wheeled APC (Cold War)
  • Type 85 aka YW-531H, improved T-63 APC (Cold War)
  • Type 89 aka YW-534, improved Type 85 APC (Cold War)

Infantry fighting vehicles

  • Type 86 aka WZ-501, copy of Soviet BMP-1 (Cold War)
  • Type 92 aka WZ-551 wheeled IFV (Modern)
  • ZBD-2000 aka WZ-506 Airbrone IFV (Modern)
  • ZBD-97 aka Type-97 tracked IFV (Modern)

Taiwan ROC

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in the Republic of China (Taiwan)

Croatia

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Croatia

Czechoslovakia

Armoured cars

  • Skoda PA-III / OA vz.27 - interwar design
  • Tatra Koprivnice T-72 / OA vz.30 - interwar 6 wheel design

Egypt

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Egypt

Tanks

Infantry Fighting Vehicles

Armoured Personnel Carriers

Scout and Reconnaissance

  • Kader-320 4X4 Light Armored Reconnaissance

Estonia

Armoured cars

Armoured cars produced in Estonia

France

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in France

Armoured cars

  • AMX 10 RC
  • Berliet VPDM - interwar 6x4 armored car.
  • Berliet VUC - interwar 4 wheel design
  • Berliet VUDB - interwar 4 wheel design
  • Berliet VUM - interwar 4 wheel design
  • Charron armored car - pre-World War I vehicle.
  • ERC 90 Sagaie
  • Laffly 50AM - interwar 4 wheel design.
  • Laffly 80AM - interwar 4 wheel design.
  • Laffly S15 TOE - World War II 6 wheel design.
  • Laffly W15 TCC - World War II 6 wheel design.
  • Panhard 165/175 - interwar 4 wheel design
  • Panhard 178
  • Panhard AM40-P - interwar experimental 8 wheel design
  • Panhard AML- 4x4 with 90mm main armament
  • Panhard VBL - a modern French scout car designed for reconnaissance
  • VBC-90
  • Vextra 105 - a modern 8x8 design.
  • White-Laffly AMD - World War I armored car.

Finland

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Finland

Germany

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Germany

Armoured cars

Greece

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Greece

Hungary

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Hungary:

Tanks

Armoured cars

Infantry fighting vehicles

Self propelled artillery

India

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in India

Armoured cars

Indonesia

Armoured fighting vehicles

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Indonesia

Iran

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Iran

Iraq

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Iraq

Ireland

Armoured cars

  • Irish Ford Armoured Car (See ONUC)

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Ireland

Israel

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Israel

Armoured cars

Italy

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Italy

  • OF-40 Main battle tank
  • Ariete (200)
  • VCC-1/VCC-2 Camillino (1638; being replaced by Dardo)
  • Dardo (500; deliveries ongoing)
  • Centauro wheeled tank destroyer (484)
  • VBC 8x8, infantry fighting variant of the Centauro (ordered, but on hold)
  • Puma 4x4 (330; not complete as of mid-2005)
  • Puma 6x6 (250; not complete as of mid-2005)
  • Fiat 6614 G4x4
  • Palmaria Self-propelled howitzer

Armoured cars

Japan

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Japan

Armoured Cars

  • Type 87 (armored car)
  • Type 92 (armored car)
  • Type 93 Sumida

Amphibious Tanks

Light Tanks

Medium Tanks

Main Battle Tanks

Miscellaneous Armored Vehicles

Malaysia

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Malaysia

Mexico

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Mexico

  • DN-III Armoured Personnel Vehicle
  • DN-IV "Caballo" (Horse) Armoured Personnel Vehicle
  • DN-V "Bufalo" (Buffalo) Armoured Personnel Vehicle
  • DN-VI Armoured Personnel Vehicle (Prototype, never reached production)
  • DN-VII Armoured Personnel Vehicle (Prototype, never reached production)
  • Sedena-Henschel HWK-11

Netherlands

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in the Netherlands

Armoured cars

New Zealand

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in New Zealand

Armoured cars

  • Beaverette NZ - World War II light armoured car similar to the British Beaverette

North Korea

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in North Korea

  • Ch'onma-ho
  • M-1973 VTT-323
  • M-1992 APC
  • M-1978 170 mm SP
  • M-1974 152 mm SP
  • M-1975 130 mm SP
  • M-1992 130 mm SP
  • M-1977 122 mm SP
  • M-1981 122 mm SP
  • M-1991 122 mm SP
  • M-1992 120 mm SP

Pakistan

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Pakistan

Poland

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Poland. See also list of Polish armoured fighting vehicles.

Armoured cars

Armoured personnel carriers

Infantry fighting vehicles

  • BWP-1 IFV (1298)
  • BWR-1K (22) - reconnaissance variant of BWP-1
  • BWR-1S (16) - reconnaissance variant of BWP-1

Tankettes

Tanks

Light tanks

Main battle tanks

  • T-55AM Merida (modernized T-55)
  • T-55AD-2M (command variant)
  • T-55AMS (modernized T-55)
  • T-55AD-1M (modernized T-55)
  • T-72M1Z (upgraded T-72M1)
  • PT-91 Twardy (233)
  • PT-91A (export prototype)
  • PT-91Z (export demonstrator)
  • PT-91E (export demonstrator)
  • PT-91M (export for Malaysia, 48)
  • PT-94 Goryl (cancelled project based on the PT-91)

Self-propelled anti-aircraft weapons

Armoured recovery vehicles

  • WZT-1 ARV based on T-54 chasis
  • WZT-2 ARV based on T-55 hull
  • WZT-3 ARV based on PT-91 chassis, armed with 12.7mm machine gun
  • WZT-4 ARV based on PT-91 chasis

Amphibious vehicles

  • PZInż.130 or PZInż.140 amphibious tank, based on 4TP light tank (1 prototype)

Romania

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Romania

Russian Empire

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in the Russian Empire

  • Vezdekhod (prototype only)
  • Tsar Tank wheeled armored gun carrier (prototype only)
  • Austin Armoured Car (Austin-Putilov)
  • Russo-Balt. Built by the Russo-Balt company in WWI, it was one of the most successful armoured cars used by imperial Russia.
  • Poplavko-Jeffery. An oddly shaped design, built on chassis of a Thomas B. Jeffery Company truck. It had a good service record and was used after the war by Poland.

Russia

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in the Russian Federation

Soviet Union

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. See also lists of Soviet tanks, Soviet WWII military vehicles, modern AFVs.

Airborne fighting vehicles

Armoured cars

Carriers

Reconnaissance

Self-propelled guns

Tanks

Serbia

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Serbia

  • M-84 main battle tank (planned to be upgrade to M-2001)
  • M-80A infantry fighting vehicle (planned to be upgrade to M-98 Vidra)
  • BOV M-86 armored personnel carrier, used by military police
  • M-84AI armoured recovery vehicle version of M-84, used in tank battalions
  • BOV-1 antitank guided missile vehicle
  • Lazar BVT mine resistant, ambush protected armored fighting vehicle

Singapore

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Singapore

  • Bionix AFV 28-ton replacement for M113 with 30 mm or 40 mm AGL/0.5-inch Turret
  • Bionix II Updated Version of the Bionix AFV with Better Armour and 30 mm Bushmaster
  • Bronco ATTC (All-Tracked Terrain Carrier)
  • SSPH1 155 mm Computerised Automatic-loading SP gun

Sri Lanka

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Sri Lanka

Slovenia

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Slovenia

  • LKOV Valuk
  • M-55S

South Africa

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in South Africa

South Korea

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in South Korea

Spain

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Spain

Tanks

Sweden

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Sweden

Switzerland

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Switzerland

Turkey

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Turkey

  • ACV-300 APC (Also see FNSS)
  • ACV-S IFV
  • ACV-300 IFV
  • ACV-S TLC
  • Pars 8x8
  • Pars 6x6
  • Pars 4x4
  • Atilgan
  • Zipkin
  • Otokar Cobra (aka. Kobra)
  • Akrep
  • Yavuz Variant of Terrex (APC 8x8)
  • Otokar Engerek
  • IS-V
  • Otokar DASW
  • BMC MRAP
  • MİTÜP Altay main battle tank
  • M60T

Ukraine

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in Ukraine

Armoured cars

Tanks

Infantry carriers

Support vehicles

  • BTS-5B ARV (Ukrainian version of BREM-1, based on T-72 tank)
  • MTU-80 bridgelayer
  • BREM-84 ARV
  • BMU-84 bridgelayer

Upgrades

United Kingdom

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in the United Kingdom

Armoured cars

Morris CS9

Self propelled artillery

Tanks

First World War
Interwar
Second World War
Post World War II

Amoured personnel carriers and support vehciles

United States

Armoured fighting vehicles produced in the United States

Tanks

Light tanks

Medium tanks

Heavy tanks

Assault tanks

Main battle tanks

Self propelled artillery

Personnel carriers and infantry fighting vehicles

Armoured cars

Amphibious vehicles

See also

Armoured cars

Not yet merged above

Saudi Arabia

Singapore

South Africa

South Korea

Russia and the Soviet Union

  • Austin-Putilov, improved Austin Armoured Car
  • FAI
  • BA-3, BA-6, BA-9, BA-10, BA-11, BA-I, a series of interwar 6-wheeled heavy armoured cars
  • BA-5, interwar 6×4
  • BA-20, interwar 4×2
  • BA-21, interwar 6×4
  • BA-64, World War II 4×4 scout car
  • BA-27
  • BRDM
  • D-8 Armored Car, open-topped armoured car
  • D-12 (armoured car)
  • Izhorski-Fiat armored car, World War I
  • LB-23, World War II 6×4
  • LB-62, World War II 4×4
  • LB-NATI, World War II 6×4
  • Putilov-Garford armored car, World War I
  • Russo-Balt armoured car, World War I

Spain

  • Bilbao Armored Car - interwar vehicle
  • ENASA VEC - modern 6x6 vehicle

Sweden

Switzerland

  • Mowag Piranha - modern design available in 4x4, 6x6, 8x8, and 10x10 wheel versions.

Turkey

  • Otokar Cobra - Rubber tire-wheeled 4 x 4 Armored Vehicle capable of carrying 1+8 personnel. It has an amphibious version as well.
  • Best-Grup Armadillo Armour Tech. - international armouring tech.ISO 2001.

United Kingdom

United States

Zimbabwe

See Also

References


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