Country of Origin: East-Russia (DRR)
Type: Armoured scout vehicle
The BRDM-4 was introduced shortly before the Russian civil war in 2017. It was in limited production in West-Russia (Eurusia) after the conflict came to a cease-fire, but it's best known as the East-Russian (DRR) Army's primary armoured scout vehicle. The BRDM-4 is based on the BRDM-2, but although visually similar, the new BRDM-4 is a considerably toughter vehicle. Modern armour and threat detection systems adds to the BRDM-4's survivability, full amphibious- and excellent cross country capabilities give it good mobility and the vehicle can be modified to a variety of different roles - the most common being the ATGM-version (shown).
Recognition features: Small integrated auxiliary lights low on the vehicle's front, array of optical sensors on the roof's forward section, large exhaust coolers, no side railings due to added armour.
Information courtesy of NDC Defence Staff - Intelligence and Research Division.