The Brazilian EE-3 Jararaca 4×4 wheeled Scout Car

The Brazilian EE-3 Jararaca 4×4 wheeled Scout Car was developed in the 1970’s and manufactured in the 1980’s by the former ENGESA company. As of 2006 it was still in service with Cyprus, Ecuador, Gabon and Uruguay.

The Brazilian EE-3 Jararaca 4×4 wheeled Scout Car

Driver sits up front in the middle, to his left rear is commander who operates the communications equipment. To his right is the gunner who has a traversable pintle-mount. This can be mounted with various Machine Guns, most commonly being the .50cal heavy MG. It can also be mounted with a MILAN Anti-Tank Missile launcher.

The Brazilian EE-3 Jararaca 4×4 wheeled Scout Car

Engine is located in the rear. The crew members have hatches in the roof and a door in the side of the hull. It was marketed with a number of optional equipment such as smoke grenade launchers and NBC protection.

Brazilian EE-3 Jararaca 4×4 wheeled Scout Car Spec’s

Dimensions: Length 4.16m / Width 2.23m / Height 1.56m
Engine: Mercedes-Benz OM 314A Turbocharged 4-cylinder water cooled 120hp diesel
Top road speed: 100mk/h
Max road range: 700km
Weight: 5.8tonne (combat)
Protection: Steel

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