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Panthera T6 4x4 armored vehicle spotted in Bakhmut used by Ukrainian soldiers

A new picture has been published on the Twitter account on January 19, 2023, showing Panthera T6 4x4 armored vehicle designed by the Company Minerva Special Purpose Vehicles, used by the Ukrainian army. Citing information from, the vehicle was spotted near Bakhmut, a city located in the Donbas region.
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Panthera T6 4x4 armored vehicle is in service with the Ukrainian armed forces. (Picture source Twitter account

Currently, there is no official information on the country that supplied the Panthera T6 4x4 armored vehicles. Today several other armored vehicles delivered to Ukraine have been purchased thanks to private funds or through crowdfunding.

Minerva Special Purpose Vehicles (MSPV) is a defense company that produces light-armored vehicles for military and security services. MSPV has developed a full range of 4x4 armored vehicles under the brand name Panthera.

The Panthera T-6 is a 4x4 light armored vehicle that is based on the civilian Toyota 79-series 4×4 chassis that can be used for a wide range of military missions such as border patrol, and troop carriers. It can be also configured to be suitable for security forces and SWAT teams.

The design of the Panthera T-6 is conventional with the engine at the front, the crew at the front of the hull, and the troop's compartment at the rear. The crew consists of one driver and commander and the rear part of the vehicle can accommodate up to six soldiers with space for mission equipment.

The T-6 is available in various configurations and the hull of the vehicle offers protection against the firing of assault rifles to levels CEN1063/1522 BR6/FB6 or BR7/FB7, and against the blast explosion of two DM51 hand grenades under the floor.

The roof of the vehicle is fitted with a one-man open-top turret which can be armed with one 7.62mm or 12.7mm machine gun.

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