The Swedish armored infantry fighting vehicle CV-90
The CV-90 is a Swedish armored infantry fighting vehicle. It is developed starting in 1984 by Hägglunds, now a part of BAE Systems. The CV-90 is developed for the needs of the Swedish Army, it was put into service in 1993.
The CV-90 can be fitted with a number of different weapons systems, equipped with a 30mm, 35mm or 40mm canon. The CV-90 has the Christie type roller bearer system. Its frame is available in different versions: light tank, anti-aircraft canon. The CV-90 has seen large exportation success and has undergone several modernization campaigns. It is put into service within Danish, Finnish, Norwegian, Holland and Swiss infantry units.
Gun : 40 mm, 35 mm ou 30 mm
Coaxial machin gun : 7.62 mm
Crow : 3 + 8
Powertrain : Scania DS14, 550 à 800 hp
Speed : 70 km/h
Weight : 22.8 à 35 t
Dimensions L x l x h : 6.47 à 6.80 m x 3.01 m x 2.55 m