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A reconnaissance version with the 100 mm gun removed (but retaining the 30 mm cannon) has been observed in prototype form and it has been proposed that the turretless BMP-3 chassis could be utilised as the basis for a series of variants such as an ARV - a driver training version has also been mooted along with an air defence version mounting a French missile turret. 76m Max speed: (road) 70 km/h Fuel capacity: not known Range: approx. 62 mm MG Variants: Reconnaissance version The bulk of the BMP-3IFV can be appreciated in this view - note the hull-mounted MG.
Extra armour was added, especially to the front of the hull to better protect the front wheels. The turret and MG armament from the BTR-60PB were carried over complete, without modification, although some late production examples may be encountered with the revised turret of the BTR-80 series (see following entry). Numerous detail changes were introduced, including a better NBC protection system than that introduced to the BTR-60P series. Compared to the earlier BTR-60P series there have (as yet) been relatively few BTR-70 variants.
Some of these wl be modernised, with about 200 being stripped down for spares. Once updated these will be used by the Swedish Army as command vehicles, load carriers, and to carry mortars and other weapons. Swedish expertise has also been employed to mount a 40 mm Bofors Gun turret on a Polish licence-produced MT-LB chassis, possibly for Polish Army service. MT-LBs have also been licenceproduced in Bulgaria; their BMP-23IFV is based on the MT-LB and they have developed their own array of variants.