As early as 1980, the Soviet military started to seek a special armored vehicle which could be used in operation by special forces. In 2010, Russia restarted the project and named Typhoon. A number of well-known Russian automobile manufacturers were involved in the Typhoon project. Among them, Kamaz developed a light four-wheeled armored vehicle for airborne troops, the K-4386 Typhoon-VDV. The K-4386 has a turret equipped with a 30mm 2A42 autocannon, which makes its firepower stand out from its counterparts.
- Length: 175 mm, Width 73 mm
- Kit features movable suspension and steerable front axles.
- Doors can be built in the open or closed position.
- Interiors of the cab, the passenger compartment and the turret control system are included.
- Clear lights, bulletproof windshield and observation window parts are provided.
- Precision PE parts are included.