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Fiat 6614

Type 6614
Fiat Type 6614
Type Wheeled Armoured Personnel Carrier
Place of origin Italy
Service history
Used by See: Users
Production history
Manufacturer Fiat-Oto Melara
Variants Type 6616, KM900
Specifications
Weight 8,500 kg (1,340 st)
Length 5.86 m (19.2 ft)
Width 2.5 m (8.2 ft)
Height 1.78 m (5.8 ft)
Crew 1-2 crew + 8-10 passengers (Type 6614 & KM900)

Armour Steel
Main
armament
Type 6614 & KM900:
1 x 7.62mm machine gun or
1 x .50 cal machine gun
Type 6616:
1 x 7.62mm machine gun
1 x 20mm Rheinmetall MK 20 Rh 202 autocannon
Engine 1 x IVECO Model 8062.24
160hp @ 3,200rpm
Suspension wheeled 4x4
Operational
range
700 km
Speed 62 km/h (39 mph)

The Fiat Type 6614 is a 4x4 wheeled armoured personnel carrier developed as a joint venture between Fiat and Oto Melara of Italy. The hull is welded steel, and the vehicle is amphibious.[1] The first prototype was built in 1972.

Contents

  • KM900 1
  • Type 6616 2
  • Users 3
  • External links 4
  • References 5

KM900

The KM900 was a version of the Fiat 6614 produced under license by Asia Motors for use by the Republic of Korea Army. It is expected that the KM900s will be phased out with the introduction of the KNAV.

Type 6616

The Type 6616 was a version of the Type 6614 that incorporated a turret armed with a 20mm autocannon. The turret was designed, built, and installed by Oto Melara.[2]

Users

Type 6614

Note: Numbers reflect total orders/production for each country. Current holdings may be different.

Type 6616

Note: Numbers reflect total orders/production for each country. Current holdings may be different.

External links

  • KM900 @Military-Today.com
  • Fiat 6614 @Military-Today.com

References

  1. ^ "Type 6614". Militaryfactory.com. 
  2. ^ "FIAT - Oto Melara Type 6616 armoured car (Italy), Reconnaissance vehicles".  
  3. ^ http://www.jcs.mil.kr/views/jsp/weapon/weapon_read.jsp?id=139&depth1=A&depth2=02&depth3=01
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