The Titan-V is a 4×4 APC (Armoured Personnel Carrier) from the family of Titan armoured vehicle developed, designed and manufactured by the Company Inkas Vehicles based in the United Arab Emirates. The Titan-V is built on the FORD F5500 Super Duty OEM light truck chassis. The main feature of the Titan-V is the use of V-shaped design to increase vehicle and crew survivability against the blast of landmine and IEDs (Improvised Explosive Device) explosion. The Company Inkas Vehicles is a privately-held company that manufactures armored vehicles for military, security forces and private users. The company has its sales offices and after-sale workshops in Dubai as well as subsidiaries and sales offices around the world – notably strategic locations such as the crossroads of Asia, Europe and Africa.


The Inkas TITAN APC can be configured according to the customer’s requirements to be used as law enforcement, command post, reconnaissance, ambulance or medical support vehicle.
Technical Data
As all the modern armoured vehicle personnel, the Inkas Titan-V can be fitted with single-man open top turret which can be armed with 7.62mm or 12.7mm machine gun. To increase the protection of the gunner, the turret is fitted with armour plates on 360° offering the same level of protection as the hull of the vehicle. The armour plates of the turret can be fitted with small bulletproof windows to improve 360° view under protection. A remotely operated weapon station can be easily integrated according customer requirements offering to the gunner to operate armament from inside of the vehicle.
The Titan Inkas APC can accommodate 10 people including driver and commander.
Design and protection
The Inkas Titan-V can carry a total of 10 personnel with the driver and commander at the front and 8 people at the rear on individual seats. Driver and commander have a side door that opens to the front, with a bulletproof window in its upper part. The troop compartment is provided with 4 bulletproof windows and firing ports in the sides and two at the rear. There is also two large doors in the rear of the hull. One escape hatch is available at the rear of the roof of the vehicle. The engine is located at the front of the vehicle. All the windows of the vehicle are built to withstand the firing of small arms 7.62mm machine gun and hand grenades fragments, they are also protected by metal mesh guards. The hull of the Titan-V provides protection CEN Level B6 against firing of small arms 7.62x51mm caliber. The Titan-V is designed on a V-hull to increase vehicle and crew survivability by deflecting an upward directed blast from a landmine ort IEDs (Improvised Explosive Device) away from the vehicle. The Titan-V has a gross weight of 8,600 kg and a length of 5.95 m, width of 2.33 m and a height of 2.94 m.


The Titan-S can carry a total of 8 people with four seats at the front and four at the rear.

The Inkas Titan-V is based on a FORD F5500 Super Duty OEM 4×4 light truck chassis The power pack consists of a 6.7 Liter Power Stroke V8 Turbo Diesel engine developing 330 hp. at 2,600 rpm coupled to an 6-speed automatic transmission with Select-Shift. It can run at a maximum road speed of 100 km/h and 60 km/h in off-road conditions with a maximum cruising range of 1,000 km.


At IDEX 2017, the Inkas Titan-V was equipped with one recovery winch mounted at the front of the vehicle, LED lights on the roof, and lighting system inside of the troops compartment. According customer requirements, the Titan-D can, be easily customized with a wide range of equipment including external video cameras, GPS antenna, run-flat system, day/night long distance observation camera, Fire extinguisher , Battle Management System and more.
One 7.62 or 12.7mm machine gun
Country users
Designer Country
United Arab Emirates
Self-recovery winch, antennas, LED light, inside lighting system. In option, external video cameras, GPS antenna, run-flat system, day/night long distance observation camera, Fire extinguisher , Battle Management System and more.
2 + 8
CEN Level B6 ballistic protection.
8,600 kg
1,000 km
Length: 5.95 m; Width: 2.33 m; Height: 2.94 m

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