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K21 Next-Generation Infantry Fighting Vehicle

The K21 next-generation infantry fighting vehicle (NIFV) has been developed for the Republic of Korea (ROK) Army to replace the existing K200 series infantry fighting vehicles. It is an amphibious vehicle fitted with a turret-mounted 40mm cannon.

Vehicle Type

Infantry fighting vehicle

Manufacturer

Designed

Production Began

Vehicle Type

Infantry fighting vehicle

Manufacturer

Designed

Production Began

Crew

Three crew and nine passengers

Length

Width

Height

Weight, Combat Loaded

Engine

Doosan D2840LXE V-10 turbocharged diesel engine, 750hp (840hp for PIP)

Transmission

Maximum Speed (Road)

Maximum Speed (Cross Country)

Maximum Speed (Water)

Operational Range

Main Armament

1×40mm Cannon, 300rpm with a velocity of 1,005m/s and 2×anti-tank guided missile launchers

Secondary Armament

1×Coaxial 7.62mm machine gun

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The South Korean K21 next-generation infantry fighting vehicle (NIFV).

The K21 next-generation infantry fighting vehicle (NIFV) has been developed for the Republic of Korea (ROK) Army to replace the existing K200 series infantry fighting vehicles. It is an amphibious vehicle fitted with a turret-mounted 40mm cannon.

The vehicle was first developed by Doosan Infracore, a subsidiary of Doosan Corporation. In December 2008, Doosan DST, manufacturer of the K21 NIFV, was formed by spinning off the company’s defence industry business from Doosan Infracore. The vehicle has been designated by the ROK Army as K300 or XK21 KNIFV.

In 2003, the ROK Army awarded a contract worth KRW91m (approximately $77,000) to Doosan DST to develop a prototype of the NIFV.

To develop and to release the K21 NIFV into the market, 11 defence equipment suppliers including the Agency for Defense Development and Doosan DST have contributed.

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In 2005, Doosan DST delivered three prototypes of the K21 NIFV to the ROK Army. Production began in 2009 after ten years of continuous development.

In November 2009, South Korea agreed to supply K21 NIFVs to the Malaysian Army. Doosan DST previously sold 111 Korean NIFVs to the Malaysian Army between 1993 and 1995.

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