Sweden Acquires 321 Patria Armored Vehicles in €470 Million Deal

The vehicles set for delivery are the troop transportation model, capable of carrying up to 12 crew members. They will be utilized for command and control, as well as ambulance duties

Photo: Patria website

The Swedish Defense Procurement Agency (FMV) has signed a contract to purchase 321 6x6 armored vehicles from the Finnish-Norwegian company Patria, valued at around €470 million.

These 321 vehicles, known as Pansarterrängbil 300 in Sweden, will be stationed at the Livgardet regiment in Kungsängen and several other units nationwide. Patria had previously delivered 20 6x6 vehicles under a separate contract signed in April 2023.

The Patria 6x6 vehicle scheduled for delivery is the troop transportation model, equipped with cutting-edge vehicle technology providing advanced protection for up to 12 crew members. It features a modular design, allowing it to be configured for various purposes. In addition to troop transport, it will serve command and control, as well as ambulance duties in Sweden.

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