The new Russian armored vehicle Lasok 4-P looks like it was taken from Topalović

The strangely shaped new armored vehicle of the Russian army, to put it mildly, has a unique shape. The “Lasok 4-P” vehicle, which reminds her of something that the funeral company Topalović would use, was designed to be thrown from the air by units at the front.

As it says RTS, the ordered specifications led to the unique appearance of the vehicle, which is planned to be transported by air inside the storage space of the Mi-8 (AMTSh) combat transport helicopter.

Except for the strange appearance, the vehicle differs from the usual light caterpillars and other off-road vehicles, which are delivered by air. The chassis in the shape of the Latin letter “V” was certainly guided by the intention of protecting the crew from advanced explosive devices and mines. It also affected the sharp-edged design.

It is not yet known exactly what the “lasok 4-P” is made of, but it seems to be partially covered with some kind of synthetic material, which probably serves as insulation in winter temperature conditions.

The vehicle also has some sort of cargo compartment at the rear. It is unknown at this time whether any weapons will be mounted on the vehicle or will have only a transport function.

Source: Rts.rs / The Drive


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