A Turkish defense firm on Wednesday introduced its armored amphibious assault vehicle named ZAHA. The vehicle was designed to meet requirements of the Turkish Naval Forces, said Nail Kurt, CEO of FNSS, at a defense fair in Istanbul. Speaking at the ZAHA prototype launch, he noted that the armored amphibious assault vehicle can be produced by only a limited number of countries in the world. Kurt added that within the scope of this project FNSS would produce a total of 27 vehicles. 'Deliveries will start in 2021 and complete in 2022,' Kurt underlined. Kurt highlighted that 21-personnel-capacity ZAHA's tests will be completed within two years.