BTR (БТР), from Bronetransportyor (Russian: бронетранспортёр; Ukrainian language: бронетранспортер
- literally "armoured transporter"), is any of a series of Soviet or post-Soviet military armoured personnel carriers.
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Soviet Union/Russia[edit | edit source]
- BTR-40 - Armored 4×4 truck (1959s) based on GAZ-63 four wheel drive truck.
- BTR-50 - Tracked APC (1954) based on the PT-76 amphibious light tank chassis.
- BTR-60 - Eight-wheeled APC (1959).
- BTR-70 - Eight-wheeled APC (1972).
- BTR-80 - Eight-wheeled APC (1986).
- BTR-152 - Armoured 6×6 truck (1950s) based on the ZiS-151, with later variants using the Zil-157 truck.
- BTR-D - Bronetransportyor, Desanta (Russian: Бронетранспортёр Десанта, literally "armored transporter of the Airborne"), stretched six-wheel transport variant of the BMD-1 airborne IFV.
- BTR-MD "Rakushka" - APC variant of the BMD-3. Planned successor for the BTR-D.
Russia[edit | edit source]
- BTR-90 - Russian eight-wheeled APC (1990s).
- BTR-T - Russian tracked infantry fighting vehicle based on the T-55 chassis (1990s).
Ukraine[edit | edit source]
- BTR-3 - Ukrainian BTR-80 variant eight-wheeled APC (2000). It is manufactured by KMDB in Ukraine. The BTR-3 is an all-new production vehicle, rather than an upgrade of the existing in-service vehicle, such as the BTR-80.
- BTR-4 - Another Ukrainian eight-wheeled APC (2006) with rear doors designed in Ukraine by the Kharkiv Morozov Machine Building Design Bureau (SOE KMDB) as a private venture. The prototype was unveiled at the Aviasvit 2006 exhibition held in Ukraine in June 2006.
- BTR-94 - Ukrainian modification of the Soviet eight-wheeled BTR-80.
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