PARS III 6X6 has been developed with a special emphasis on mobility, protection, payload and growth potential. The vehicles employ the latest designs and cutting edge technologies with a focus on the performance and durability of modern military operational requirements.
The PARS III 6X6 combat weight is 25,000 kg, and is propelled by a diesel engine. The powerpack consists of a water cooled diesel engine, coupled with a fully automatic transmission which generates a maximum road speed of up to 100 km/h. PARS III 6X6 is capable of maneuvering on 60% vertical and 30% horizontal slopes, climbing 70 cm-high obstacles and crossing 175 cm-wide trenches. Thanks to the engine layout and favored balanced design, the vehicle has almost equal axle loads.
This design approach provides the vehicle with the ability to move comfortably even on loose and soft terrain, while also providing increased road-holding at high speeds and short braking distance. The axles of the vehicle can be locked if required. The central tire inflation system allows the driver to adjust tire pressures according to different terrain conditions.
The fully independent hydro-pneumatic suspension system, which gives the vehicle the highest wheel travel of its class, and ensures the best road grip under different road conditions.
The PARS III 6X6, with its first and third axle steering system, has the lowest turning circle in its class. The ability of gradual decreasing of steer by wire of rear axles and locking over certain speeds, together with the ABS system and the engine brake are all features that enhance driving safety.
The two-man driver’s cab at front of the vehicle offers a 180° horizontal field of vision and a high level of driving safety and comfort. Large glass periscopes, and front driving and maneuver cameras with thermal cameras located on the front and rear of the vehicle give the driver and the commander an even wider field of vision. The door covers, personnel seats, gun holders and interior lighting elements are all designed in such a way that the comfort of the crew is ensured in the vehicle, which can accommodate up to nine personnel.
With range of over 800 km, the PARS III 6×6 has fuel tanks incorporating special measures to protect itself against explosion and puncture, and a reserve fuel tank under the armor can be called upon in emergencies.
Modular hull and armor design of PARS III 6X6 offers various levels of ballistic and mine protection according to customer requests. The hull form, underbelly structure, base plates and specially developed mine-resistant seats are designed to protect personnel against high-level mine threats. PARS III 6X6 vehicle runs ahead of its competitors by offering similar ballistic and mine protections levels with MRAP vehicles while maintaining combat and mobility capabilities of modern armored combat vehicles.
The PARS III 6×6 has an integrated air-conditioning system, and the main difference of this system that makes it stand out from its counterparts is that even in desert conditions, the vehicle’s internal temperature can be kept at +25 °C.
The modular connection of the vehicle subsystems to the mine-resistant hull ensures the ease of maintenance and replacement. This ease of maintenance and the easy replacement of moving parts and the power transmission systems in particular make the PARS III 6X6 superior to its counterparts. The powerpack architecture, which can be disassembled and reassembled in less than 60 minutes, gives the user the freedom to replace the engine while on the field, providing a remarkable benefit.
PARS III 6X6 can be transported by air (C130 transport aircraft), sea, railways or land.
Mission Specific Features
- 2 Thermal Cameras and 3 CCD Cameras in the Front and Rear, Providing Driver/ Commander with High Situational Awareness
- Front and Rear Axle Steering
- All Wheel Drive
- Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS)
- Central Tire Inflation (CTI) and Run Flat Tire Inserts
- Integrated Survivability Suite
- Modularity Allowing the Use of Common Components
- Independent and Hydro-Pneumatic Suspension
- Integrated Auxiliary Power Unit (APU)
- Combat Weight: 25.000 kg
- Engine: Diesel
- Crew: 9
- Length: < 7 m
- Width: < 2.9 m
- Height (Hull Roof): < 2.4 m
- Air Transportation: C130H, A400, C17, C5
- Transmission: Fully Automatic 7 Forward 1 Reverse
- EURO 3 Power Pack Compliant with NATO Single Fuel Concept: F34 Fuel, JP8
- Number of Axles: 3
- Driven Axles: All
- Steered Axles: 1, 3
- Transfer Case: 2 Speed
- Suspension: Double Wishbone, Independent and Hydro-Pneumatic
- Service: Hydraulic and ABS at Each Wheel
- Parking: Integral to Driveline, Spring Activated, Hydraulically Controlled
- Electrical System: MIL STD 1275, MIL STD 461 Isolated High Power for Mission Equipment
- Max. Road Speed: 100 km/h
- Creep Speed: 3 km/h
- Swimming: Optional
- Range: 800+ km
- Angle of Approach: 50°
- Angle of Departure: 40°
- Gradient: 60%
- Side Slope: 30%
- Vertical Obstacle: 0.70 m
- Trench: 1.75 m
- Turning Radius: < 7 m (Curb to curb)
- PARS 6×6 ICV
The ICV variant is the Infantry Carrier Vehicle configuration of the PARS 6×6 FoV`. The vehicle is armed with a 7.62 or 12.7mm MG and capacity of carrying 8 personnel including driver, commander and gunner.
- PARS 6×6 SRV
The SRV variant is the Surveillance Vehicle configuration of the PARS 6×6 FoV`. The vehicle is equip with an electro-optical mast, battlefield surveillance radar and armed with a 12.7mm remote weapon station. It has a capacity of carrying 5 personnel including driver, commander, gunner and 2 surveillance crew.
- PARS 6×6 IFV 25
The IFV 25 variant is the Infantry Fighting Vehicle configuration of the PARS 6×6 FoV`. The vehicle is armed with a 25mm one man Sharpshooter Turret and capacity of carrying 7 personnel including driver, commander and gunner.
- PARS 6×6 IFV RTC
The IFV RTC variant is the Infantry Fighting Vehicle with Remote Controlled Turret configuration of the PARS 6×6 FoV`. The vehicle is armed with a 25 or 30 mm CLAW Remote Controlled Turret and capacity of carrying 8 personnel including driver, commander and gunner.
- PARS 6×6 AAV
The AAV variant is the Anti Armor Vehicle configuration of the PARS 6×6 FoV`. An over-head ATGW (Anti Tank Guided Missile) launcher is mounted on top of the hull. 10ea ATGW rounds can be stowed inside the vehicle. It has a capacity of carrying 4 personnel including driver, commander, gunner and loader.
- PARS 6×6 CBRN-RECCE
The PARS 6×6 CBRN-RECCE variant is an advanced system to locate, identify and classify all CBRN agents and hazards. The vehicle is armed with a 7.62 or 12.7mm MG remote weapon station and capacity of carrying 4 personnel including driver, commander/gunner and 2 CBRN operations personnel.