Jane’s is reporting that Saudi Arabia will be purchasing fire support and infantry fighting vehicle (IFV) variants of the General Dynamics Lands Systems (GDLS) 8×8 Light Armored Vehicle (LAV). The deal is reported to be worth $10 billion and that the vehicles will be produced by GDLS Canada. Belgium’s Belga news agency reported that GDLS Canada had awarded a EUR3.2 billion contract to Belgium’s CMI group to provide turrets for the vehicles ordered by Saudi Arabia. The turret that CMI will be providing is believed to be the Cockerill CT-CV 105HP. This turret is equipped with a 105 mm high-pressure rifled gun with an autoloader and can also fire the laser-guided Falarick Gun-Launched Anti-Tank Guided Missile (GLATGM) that was developed by CMI and the Ukraine’s State Kyiv Design Bureau (Luch). According to Jane’s, the CT-CV turret uses the same 3000 Series architecture as the Cockerill Medium Caliber Turret (CMCT) which is available with a range of 25-40 mm cannons made by the US company Orbital ATK and a 7.62 mm coaxial machine gun, with anti-tank missiles, remote control weapon stations, and various defensive aids being options.