Why not make a bike-mounted version of the BMP-1?

The Indian army is working on a bike version of its iconic BMP armored fighting vehicle.

The first prototype will be based on the latest BMP3 light tank chassis and it will have a lightweight body and an engine that can produce 3,000 horsepower.

The Indian Army has ordered more than 2,000 BMP tanks and the Indian army has an annual budget of $1 billion for the production of tanks.

The cost of these vehicles, which are meant for medium and heavy armored forces, are about $200 million.

The BMP has been the most popular and well-known vehicle in the Indian Army for the past 30 years.

Its popularity is due to its versatile, robust, and cost-effective design.

The Indian Army is also developing a new tank called the Leopard 2.

The BMP1, which was a light tank with a wheelbase of about 1,500 centimeters, was the most powerful tank in the world until the end of the Cold War in the mid-1980s.

The Army acquired the B-1 from France in the 1960s and developed it into the BTR-80 light tank.

In the 1980s, the B1 was also adopted by the United States.

The British Army acquired a number of B-series vehicles from the Soviet Union during the Cold Age and developed them into the T-80, T-72, and T-90.

The British Army also produced some of the heavier and more expensive B-52 light tank variants.

India is not buying any more of these Soviet-made BMPs.

It has a much shorter wheelbase than the British B-4, B-5, B4, and B-6.

The vehicle weighs about 800 kilograms and has a height of 2,300 centimeters.

The engine is a liquid-cooled diesel engine that produces 3,200 horsepower.

The Indian army is working on a bike version of its iconic BMP armored fighting vehicle.The first prototype will be…