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    Re: Turkish Land Vehicle Programs

    KAYA Mine Protected Vehicle





    Key Data


    • TypeMine protected vehicle
    • CrewTwo
    • TroopsTen
    • ManufacturerOtokar
    • Gross Vehicle Weight12.5t
    • Speed96km/h
    • Range800km






    The KAYA is a 4x4 mine protected vehicle (MPV) developed by Otokar, a company based in Turkey. The vehicle is intended to provide mine and ballistic protection for armed forces operating in threat environments.
    The development of the KAYA MPV began in 2006 and the first prototype was completed in 2007. The MPV was unveiled for the first time at the IDEX 2009 defence exhibition held in Abu Dhabi.
    The KAYA has a length of 6.4m, a width of 2.5m and a height of 2.9m. It can carry two crew members and ten infantrymen. It has a combat weight of 12.5t.
    KAYA variants

    "The KAYA has a length of 6.4m, a width of 2.5m and a height of 2.9m."
    KAYA MPV is available in two variants, the Armoured Personnel Carrier (APC)/Troop Carrier variant and Cargo Carrier variant. The APC variant features an armoured cabin and a dedicated troop compartment. It can be modified into an ambulance or a command post vehicle.
    The Cargo Carrier variant is fitted with armoured cabin and an unprotected flat bed cargo section in place of troop compartment. The cargo compartment is equipped with drop sides and a tailgate.
    KAYA design and crew protection features

    KAYA is based on the Daimler Chrysler Unimog 5000 chassis. The MPV features an armoured cabin and a crew compartment. The two segments are mounted as separate units to achieve maximum cross country capability. The flexible design also allows the manufacturer to configure the vehicle for various mission requirements.
    A large single-piece bullet proof wind shield in the front protects the driver and commander sitting inside the cabin. Either side of the crew cabin is provided with a forward opening door fitted with a bullet proof window.
    The slightly raised troop section at the rear accommodates ten troops. The troops are seated on individual seats attached to the sides of the vehicle. The rear door provides entry and exit for the soldiers.
    The troop compartment has six firing ports, 11 small bullet proof windows and three roof hatches. A Stepney is fitted to the right side of the troop section. The external stowage boxes on the lower part of the hull provide additional storage space. The standard equipment includes air conditioning system, additional heater, speed limiter, electrically controlled mirrors, and towing pintle and hook.
    Armament


    Related project


    ARMA 6X6 Armoured Tactical Vehicle, Turkey

    ARMA is a modular wheeled armoured tactical vehicle designed and developed by Otokar in Turkey.


    The KAYA MPV can be armed with wide range of weapon stations such as open cupola and remotely controlled weapon station. The overhead station can be mounted with a 7.62mm/12.7mm machine gun or 40mm automatic grenade launcher.
    Self-protection
    KAYA is specifically developed to provide mine and ballistic protection for the occupants on all terrain conditions, while offering a high level of crew comfort. The engine compartment is provided with armour protection to withstand small arms fire and shell splinters. The V-shaped bottom of the troop section reduces the blast impact by deflecting the bomb fragments away from the vehicle.
    The front and rear compartments are fitted with all-welded steel armour. The protection is further enhanced with an appliqué layer of armour. The armour protection around the wheel arches offers additional protection against mines.
    The vehicle can be optionally fitted with an automatic fire extinguisher system.
    "The propulsion system provides a maximum speed of 96km/h."
    KAYA MPV engine and mobility

    The KAYA MPV is powered by an OM 924 LA 4-cylinder diesel engine coupled to a UG-100 tiptronic, electro pneumatic transmission. The engine provides a power output of 218hp at 2,200rpm. The propulsion system provides a maximum speed of 96km/h.
    KAYA is optionally equipped with Central Tyre Inflation System (CTIS) and run flat tyres for enhanced mobility.
    The 200l tank capacity provides KAYA a range of 800km. The wheels are equipped with pneumatic hydraulic dual circuit disk brakes. The vehicle can negotiate a gradient of 60% and side slope of 30%. It can cross vertical obstacles of 480mm and ford 1,200mm deep waters.








    Designation: Kaya
    Manufactured by: OTOKAR Otobus Karoseri Sanayi A.S.
    Type: Auxiliary Vehicles
    Name: Mine protected carrier
    The new Turkish Kaya Mine Protected Vehicle (MPV), which has been developed as a private venture by Otokar, is being exhibited for the first time at IDEX and is aimed at the export markets.
    Development of the Kaya MPV started three years ago and is now said to be complete, with production to commence as soon as orders are placed. During the design, mine blasts were simulated by special software and these were followed by tests on the actual vehicle that confirmed the design parameters.
    Kaya MPV is based on a Mercedes-Benz U5000 (4x4) Unimog chassis, which has a high level of cross-country mobility and for which spare parts are available worldwide through a well-established dealer network. It has a gross vehicle weight of 12.5 tonnes.
    While some MPVs have a one-piece hull design, the Kaya has two: one for the driver and commander behind the engine compartment, and the second for the troop compartment, which extends to the rear. The latter has firing ports, roof hatches, and the 10 troops can rapidly enter and leave the vehicle via one door in the rear. Bullet-proof windows are standard and the troop compartment has appliqué armour.
    Although the first Kaya is in the troop carrying version, its design is flexible, which allows it to be easily adapted for a wide range of roles and missions such as ambulance and command post vehicle.
    In addition to the baseline Kaya in the APC role, Otokar has also developed, to the prototype stage, a mine protected cargo carrier. This retains the fully protected two-person cab for the commander and driver, but to the rear is a flatbed unprotected cargo area, which can be fitted with drop sides and a tailgate.
    Kaya is the latest in a long line of armoured vehicles designed, developed and manufactured by Otokar. They include the Cobra multirole armoured vehicle, as well as a range of lighter protected vehicles based on a Land Rover chassis, including the Akrep (Scorpion) light reconnaissance vehicle.
    Engine

    • Model: OM 924 LA


    • Type: 4 cyl Turbo Int 4800 cc


    • Power (hp): 218 hp @ 2200 rpm


    • Torque: (Nm): 810 Nm @ 1200 - 1600 rpm

    Gear box and transfer case

    • Model: UG-100


    • Type: tiptronic, electro pneumatic, 8 forward, 6 rear

    Axles

    • Front axle capacity: 5500 kg


    • Rear axle capacity: 7100 kg

    Brake system

    • Service brake: pneumatic hydraulic dual circuit disk brakes


    • Parking brake + 4 wheel lock: spring brake system acting on the rear wheel brake discs


    • Engine brake: 2-stage, actuated pneumaticaly by multiple function lever at the steering column with exhaust pipe

    Wheel and tyre

    • Tyre: 365/80 R 20 XZL


    • Wheel type: 11.0 x 20 SDC



    Specifications
    Property
    Value
    Number of wheels
    4
    Number of drive wheels
    4
    Crew
    2
    Height (mm)
    2916
    Width (mm)
    2500
    Length (mm)
    6483
    Weight (kg)
    12500
    Max. road speed (km/h)
    96
    Ground clearance (mm)
    522
    Max. road range (km)
    800
    Gradient (%)
    60
    Side slope (%)
    30
    Vertical obstacle (mm)
    480
    Fording depth (mm)
    1200
    Engine power output (h.p.)
    218
    Troops
    10


    Has folowing part:
    Part
    Amount
    OM 924LA (Diesel engine)
    1

    http://www.army-guide.com/eng/product4273.html



    KAYA, the latest product of Otokar's design and development studies, is specially designed to provide mine and ballistic protection for the troops on all terrain conditions, while offering high mobility, ease of handling and outstanding crew comfort. Otokar's know-how and experience in mine protected vehicles played an important role in the design and development process of the KAYA


    In order to provide excellent cross country capabilities, the KAYA was developed on the Daimler Chrysler Unimog 5000 running chassis. Armored Cab and Crew Compartment are designed as two separate units to utilize and maintain the Unimog 5000's ultimate cross country capability. KAYA 4x4 mine protected vehicle with its flexible body configuration can easily be configured for different missions along with varying user needs



    http://www.otokar.com/en/products/product_detail.aspx?urun=86



    The KAYA Cargo Carrier variant is suitable for carrying cargo on all terrains in threat environments



    KAYA mine protected vehicle can transport two crew and ten troops





    “Pursue one great decisive aim with force and determination.”
    - Carl von Clausewitz

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    Re: Turkish Land Vehicle Programs




    KAYA CARGO CARRIER is the ideal platform for
    cargo carrying on all terrain and normal road
    conditions in threatening areas.
    KAYA CARGO CARRIER is ready for carrying any
    kind of military supplies with its superior terrain
    capability and effective personnel protection.






    KAYA is especially designed and developed as
    Mine Resistant Troop Carrier.
    Based on torsionally flexible chassis; KAYA
    provides excellent mine and ballastic protection
    along with high cross country capability and crew
    comfort in all terrain conditions.
    “Pursue one great decisive aim with force and determination.”
    - Carl von Clausewitz

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    Re: Turkish Land Vehicle Programs

    KALE MRAP




    KALE is specially designed and developed as a Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Personnel Carrier. KALE provides enhanced mine and ballistic protection along with independent suspension system ensuring superior mobility in a wide range of demanding terrains under diverse climatic conditions. Single cabin monocoque body of KALE carries up to thirteen (13) people addition to driver, commander and gunner






    KALE is specially designed and developed as a
    Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Personnel
    Carrier. KALE provides enhanced mine and
    ballistic protection along with independent
    suspension system ensuring superior mobility in
    a wide range of demanding terrains under diverse
    climatic conditions. Single cabin monocoque
    body of KALE carries up to thirteen (13) people
    addition to driver, commander and gunne
    “Pursue one great decisive aim with force and determination.”
    - Carl von Clausewitz

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