Indonesia reportedly orders Didgori AMEVs from Georgia
Indonesia has ordered Didgori Armoured Medical Evacuation Vehicles (AMEV) from Georgia’s Delta State Military Scientific-Technical Centre (STC Delta), according to Georgian newspaper reports.
According to scout-thedeaddistrict.blogspot.com, Ucha Dzidzuashvili, Director General of the STC Delta, speaking on the results of the company’s work in 2018, har reported that was signed a contract with Indonesia for the delivery of Didgori AMEVs.
“A contract has been signed, an advance payment has been made and work is underway,” said Ucha Dzidzuashvili.
Details of the contract were not disclosed.
The Didgori AMEV is a medical evacuation variant of the Delta’s 4×4 Didgori light armoured vehicle (LAV), which was first unveiled in 2011.
The Didgori armoured medical evacuation vehicle features a 4×4 wheeled Ford F550 super heavy-duty truck chassis powered by a 6.7-litre V8 turbocharged diesel developing 300 hp coupled to an automatic transmission with six forward and one reverse gear, enabling the vehicle to achieve a stated maximum road speed of up to 120 km/h.
The vehicle has a length of 6.55m, width of 2.39m, wheel base of 3.57m, and ground clearance of 0.5m.
The vehicle is also outfitted with a full air-conditioning system, powered steering, portable search light, strobe lights, and a central tyre-inflation system.
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