4x4 Armoured Personnel Carrier
- Urban patrol APC.
- Low-profile in appearance.
- Armour cell offers high degree of protection.
|Design||Monocoque, flat bottom|
|Seating||Driver + 4 (max)|
||5.56mm x 45mm ball|
grenades & fire bombs
|Wheelbase||3 050 mm|
|Overall Length||4 970 mm|
|Overall Height||2 050 mm|
|Overall Width||2 060 mm|
|Ground Clearance||175 mm|
|Vehicle (Tare)||2 880 kg|
|GVM||3 500 kg|
|Make/Model||Ford 3 Litre Petrol|
|Max Power||110 Kw @ 5000 rpm|
|Max Torque||237 Nm @ 3000 rpm|
• 2 wheel drive
The Scout APC is alternately known as the RG32. It was produced after South Africa’s first democratic elections of 1994 for the SAPS (South African Police Service). It was designed as a low-profile urban patrol vehicle.
The armoured cell offers a high degree of protection and is ergonomically very comfortable and practical.
We intend assembling the Scout armoured cell onto the Unimog chassis, and expect the resultant APC to be a real success.
Refurbished South African Armoured Vehicles