Armoured Carrier, Wheeled, Indian Pattern (ACV-IP), known also as Indian Pattern Carrier or other similar names, was an armoured car produced in India during World War II. Those produced by Tata Locomotives were called "Tatanagars" after the location of the works.
- Mk I — initial version, based on Ford model 1940 truck chassis with motor in front, fitted with a Marmon-Herrington all wheel drive kit.
- Mk II — Ford CO11QRF chassis (all wheel drive, motor in the rear, right hand drive).
- Mk IIA — modified armoured hull.
- Mk IIB — thicker armour.
- Mk IIC — Ford C191QRF chassis, armoured roof and small turret for Bren MG.
- Mk III — similar to Mk IIC, with slightly modified hull. 276 units built.
- Mk IV — Ford C291QR chassis, open hull.