The Panhard VBL is a wheeled 4x4 all-terrain vehicle offered in various configurations. It was designed to combine the agility of the Peugeot VLTT liaison vehicle with adequate protection against small arms fire, artillery fragments, mines and NBC weapons. The VBL is fully amphibious and can swim at 5.4 km/h; it is also air transportable by C-130, C-160 and A400M. The VBL was developed during the 1980s and entered operational service in France in 1990. VBL MILAN Anti-tank medium range combat. Uses one MILAN missile fire unit and six missiles, with a MIRA Thermal camera.
- Length:125 mm, Width: 70mm
- Over 270 parts
- Multi-slide moulded lower hull and upper hull
- Photo etched parts included
- Rubber tires