Seoul ADEX April This yearRheinmetall will present its Lynx KF41 Infantry Fighting Vehicle, a strong contender for the modernisation of the mechanised brigades of the Hellenic Armed Forces at the DEFEA defence exhibition. The Lynx KF41 is Rheinmetall’s answer to the requirements of future battlefields and offers superior capabilities in terms of survivability, lethality, mobility as well as command and control. The Lynx KF41 is one of the most advanced infantry fighting vehicles on the market and is attracting considerable interest worldwide. Hungary is currently the first NATO country introducing Lynx KF41 into service with first deliveries taken place in 2022.

The Lynx KF41 concept comprises a complete family of vehicles consisting of the common drive module and flexible mission modules in numerous variants. This allows each basic vehicle to be configured, for example, as an infantry fighting vehicle, air defence system, command vehicle or medical vehicle. The mission module can be changed between variants throughout the life of the platform. By making the drive module identical, this system significantly reduces lifecycle costs and also allows military users to adapt force structures or develop new capabilities in a short time to react to changes on the battlefield. Lynx KF41 is characterised by high levels of survivability, mobility and combat power, as well as high growth potential, including in terms of total weight and power consumption.

The Lance 2 turret has powerful sensor systems to fully exploit the capabilities of the associated next-generation 30mm programmable ammunition fired by its main MK30-2/ABM autocannon and the advanced Spike LR2 anti-tank missile system. This allows it to engage both symmetric and asymmetric threats in a situation-adapted manner.

Lynx KF41 and Lance 2 are fully digitised and based on the NATO Generic Vehicle Architecture (NGVA). This integrates the vehicle crew, dismounts and the vehicle itself into the digitised battle management system.

Improved situational awareness capabilities enable rapid and highly automated target acquisition or target transfer. It also allows integration of multispectral reconnaissance systems, including drones and loitering munitions, for target acquisition and engagement beyond the line of sight.

The Lynx KF41’s modular multi-layered protection concept combines passive and active elements. The Lynx KF41 provides its crew with protection against the full threat spectrum, including improvised explosive devices (IEDs), mines, direct and indirect fire, cluster munitions and anti-tank guided weapons. With its high assertiveness and mobility, Lynx KF41 will enable forces to conduct complex military operations across the intensity spectrum in a variety of environments and against a wide range of threats.

With its large interior volume, Lynx KF41 is unmatched in its vehicle class. In addition to the three crew members, up to eight soldiers can be seated and conduct effective combat operations.

Because of its digitisation and modern design, the Lynx KF41 can take on today’s adversaries and offers upside potential against tomorrow’s threats. The modular architecture allows reserves in terms of payload, electric propulsion and processing to seamlessly integrate further mission equipment into the vehicle or enable further variants within a single vehicle family.

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