Luch Spahpanzer 2

Spahpanzer 2

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Den Spähpanzer Luchs (English: Lynx) is a German 8×8 amphibious reconnaissance armoured fighting vehicle (Spähpanzer) in service since 1975 with the German Army, who used 408 in their armoured reconnaissance battalions. It was developed by Daimler-Benz between 1968 and 1975, replacing the M41 and the Schützenpanzer SPz 11-2 Kurz. The all-wheel drive Luchs made by Thyssen-Henschel (now: Rheinmetall) is well armoured, has an NBC protection system and is characterized by its low-noise running. The eight large low-pressure tyres have run-flat properties. At speeds up to about 50 km/h, all four axles can be steered. As a special feature, the vehicle is equipped with a rear-facing driver with his own driving position. Up to the first combat effectiveness upgrade in 1986, the Luchs was fully amphibious and could surmount water obstacles quickly and independently using propellers at the rear and the fold back trim vane at the front.

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The Spahpanzer 2 Luchs is a German-made amphibious reconnaissance vehicle that was used by the Bundeswehr from 1975 to 2009. It has eight wheels, all of which can be steered, and a rear-facing driver for reverse driving. It is armed with a 20 mm automatic cannon and a 7.62 mm machine gun, and has a low-noise engine and an NBC protection system. The Spahpanzer 2 Luchs was designed by Daimler-Benz, Porsche and Thyssen-Henschel, and replaced the older M41 and SPz 11-2 Kurz vehicles. It was upgraded twice, in 1986 and 1991, to improve its night vision, communication and fire control systems. The Spahpanzer 2 Luchs was eventually replaced by the Fennek vehicle in the German Army.

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