Didgori Armoured Personnel Carrier

The Didgori is a Georgian-made armoured personnel carrier family developed by the "Delta" research center of the Ministry of Defence of Georgia and exists in two baseline variants.

Didgori Armoured Personnel Carrier
Class Vehicle
Type Armoured Fighting Vehicle
Manufacturer Tbilisi Aircraft Manufacturing
Origin Georgia
Country Name Origin Year
Georgia 2011
Country Name Operational Year Retirement Year
Georgia 2011 View
ManufacturerName Production From Production To Quantity
Tbilisi Aircraft Manufacturing View

The machine is assembled on the basis of units of the American pickup truck Ford F-Series. Equipped with thermal imaging cameras front and rear view of FLIR Systems.Information from the cameras is displayed on the three displays: one for the driver, one for the commander and one for the infantry team, established with a system of night vision and also with a special navigation system GPS


The armour withstands impacts of 7.62×54mmR AP rounds and 6–8 kg mine blasts at direct contact and from underneath without heavy damage. Further details are unknown, since the composition of the material is classified. The two baseline models are armed with a 7.62×51mm M134 Minigun and the 12.7×108mm NSV machine gun, but can be armed with a wide range of armaments, including ATGMs. The monocoque steel v-hull provides protection against small arms fire, artillery shell shrapnel, anti-personnel/tank mines and IEDs. Front wheel arches are designed to be blown away to free blast pockets.

Type Armoured personnel carrier
Place of origin  Georgia
Service history
In service 2011–Present
Used by Georgian Land Forces
Production history
Designer Scientifical Technical Center Delta
Manufacturer Tbilisi Aircraft Manufacturing
Weight 7000 kg (combat weight 8100 kg)
Length 5.75 m
Width 2.38 m
Height 2.20 m
Crew 1+8
7.62×51mm NATO Minigun or12.7×108mm NSV machine gun
Engine Double turbo diesel engine
Suspension wheeled 4x4
500 km
Speed 120 km/h

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