Country of Origin: South Korea
The K200 Korean infantry fighting vehicle (KIFV) is derived from the FMC YPR 765 armored infantry fighting vehicle (AIFV) in NATO service. The major differences from the YPR 765 AIFV are in the automotive components and armament.
The original KIFV had a more powerful engine built by Daewoo under license from MAN and a British Self-Changing Gears T300 seven-gear automatic transmission that allows smoother acceleration. The later production variant has a different powerpack...
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