Nato member Slovakia has recently ordered 152 Swedish CV90 Infantry Fighting Vehicles (IFV) in a deal worth €1.69bn.
It has also been recently ordered by the Czech Republic and is being considered by the US.
It was first tested in combat in Afghanistan in 2007, but the latest model, delivered in 2018, has a number of upgrades.
It has a 1,000hp engine, an augmented reality concept and an active protection system capable of disrupting incoming guided missiles.
The CV90 also has a max speed of 43mph and comes fitted with a 35mm Bushmaster III main gun.
It is currently being used by Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden and Switzerland.