The Wolf Turbo is a mine-protected APC (Armored Personnel Carrier) developed and manufactured by Windhoeker Maschinenfabrik of Namibia. It was first used in combat by South African police and army’s special units in the South African Border War in the early 1980s.
The Wolf Turbo is a wheeled, 4×4 infantry vehicle, which features an armored V-shaped hull, protecting the crew and the troops against mine blasts. It is powered by a 350 hp, turbo diesel engine. It is armed with a .50 (12.7mm) M2 Browning and a 7.62mm MAG machine guns mounted on the roof.