The LuAZ-967 (Ukrainian: ЛуАЗ-967) was the civil designation of the Transporter of the Front Line, a small Soviet four-wheel drive amphibious vehicle.
It was designed in 1959 at the Moskvitch MZMA plant, for Russian Airborne Troops (VDV). It was designed for casualty evacuation, munition supply and the carriage of light armaments.
Mass production took place between 1961-1975 at Lutsk automobile plant - LuAZ. It was succeeded by the LuMZ-969В, LuAZ-969, LuAZ-969М and the LuAZ-1302.
• LuAZ-967A — modernized high-powered engine MeMZ-967А
• LuAZ-967M — modernized Luaz967А with the same engine.
• Wheel arrangement - 4x4
• Mass - 950 kg (2,094 lb)
• Full mass - 1,350 kg (2,976 lb)
• Dimensions - 3,682 mm (145.0 in)x1,712 mm (67.4 in)x1,580 mm (62.2 in)
• Ground clearance - 285 mm (11.2 in)
• Speed - 75 km/h (47 mph) (road); 3 km/h (1.9 mph) (water)
• Engine - air-cooled w/ carburator, MeMZ-967, 887 cc or more, 30 hp (22 kW) or more
At a low-powered engine he possessed highest passableness
When a plant became private (1994), attempts to do the production of cheap SUVs appeared unsuccessful
The plant currently manufactures cars of Hyundai.