Sweden’s prime minister personally tests CV90 infantry fighting vehicle to be sent to Ukraine
Swedish Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson has personally tested the CV90 infantry fighting vehicle, the supply of which was approved by his government in winter
He announced the information on Instagram.
"Here we test-drove the Hägglund Combat Vehicle 90, which Sweden also donated to Ukraine," the Prime Minister wrote.
CV90 is a family of Swedish armored tracked combat vehicles with 15 different variations. The vehicle's crew consists of 3 people and another 7 to 8 soldiers. The CV90 is equipped with a universal tank and anti-aircraft sight (UTAAS) from SAAB. It also has a thermal imager that allows for precision fire on air targets at a distance of up to two kilometers and on ground targets at a distance of up to 5 kilometers.
In January, the Swedish government approved the supply of the Archer artillery system and 50 CV90 infantry fighting vehicles to Ukraine.