|Type||Armoured personnel carrier|
|Place of origin||Ukraine|
|Designer||Kremenchuk Automobile Assembly Plant|
|Manufacturer||Kremenchuk Automobile Assembly Plant|
|Variants||Hunter, Commander, C|
|Mass||3.56 t. and up depending on the armour|
|Armor||10 mm. D6, D7 class|
|Engine||4-cylinder 3.9-liter diesel|
|Payload capacity||2 t,|
|Ground clearance||300–600 mm. adjustable|
|Maximum speed||140 km/h|
VEPR (Ukrainian: Автомобіль Високо-Ефективної ПРохідності (Avtomobil Vysoko-Efektyvnoyi PRokhidnosti) is a Ukrainian multi-purpose off-road vehicle designed and assembled by the Kremenchuk Automobile Assembly Plant. (The name is a pun:Ukrainian: Вепр, wild boar.)
The designers' goal was to create an SUV-type vehicle which would have the same terrain ability traditionally reserved for larger cargo vehicles, such as the KrAZ and Ural. The patent has been received for the passenger-cargo vehicle.
The per-unit price of the VEPR is estimated to be between $50,000 and $250,000.
Fuel consumption is said to be modest for a vehicle of this size, with 14 liters per 100 km in urban areas, and 11.5 liters per 100 km on highways. This makes the VEPR more fuel-efficient than the smaller Hummer.
Standard modification includes: