IMR-2 Obyekt 616

The IMR-2 machine was designed in Omsk at KBTM, and attachments and the development of design and technological documentation at the Special Design Bureau SKB-200 of the Chelyabinsk Tractor Plant and Novokramatorsk Machine-Building Plant (chassis refinement, hydraulics, lead developer of experimental machines).

The development was led by A. A. Morov. In 1980, the combat vehicle was adopted by the engineering troops of the Armed Forces of the USSR, and since 1982 its mass production has been organized. The car was mass-produced in Nizhny Tagil at Uralvagonzavod and Novokramatorsk Machine-Building Plant in Kramatorsk.

Made in Omsk (USSR)

Years of production: 1980—1987

Engine: V-48-1 (diesel)

Power: 840 HP

Max speed: 65 km/h

Fuel consumption: 450 l/100 km

Artillery Museum (Petrograd DistrictSt. Petersburg)

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