Nice find The Armenian. As far as I know this 57 mm turret is for now intended only for modernized PT-76 and is still not known if naval infantry receive any modernized PT-76 or it is still just a prototype. Could BMDs also use this turret or only BMPs because of gun power?
This other poster disagrees with you.
This 57mm turret is available for most vehicles (BMP, BTR, etc.)
Who knows? Maybe we will see it on future vehicles. The person who knows the answer goes by the name Popovkin
I'm no expert, but from what I've gathered from multiple sources (can't find it on wikipedia really, but the link should help...). It really depends on a lot of factors, like the type of warhead being used, weather it's designed to take out an APC or for anti-personnel use. Also from what I understand RPG rockets come with a type of "safety-pin" which is usually removed form the nose of the rocket before use. This may cause the fuse to not function properly when hit... Although I doubt it would fully counter it because of the momentum involved when you shoot a missile that fast at a target... I've also heard of safety featured used on alot of infantry weapons, grenade launchers, etc. A type of safety fuse which doesn't detonate until a certain range. So if the shooter was lets say within the "safe" range of 15m then the warhead wouldn't detonate on impact with the enemy APC or tank... I know on our M203 HE grenades we use this feature. Just in case of accidental discharge lets say a soldier shoots a 40mm HE round into the ground <1m the round will just get lodged into the dirt and not detonate... But I'm not the expert here, just use Google. Will probably help more..
Wolf is absolutely new vehicle. With new chassis, new hydropneumatic adaptive (AFAIK 4 different terrain) suspension, fully armored engine bay, module construction and etc. But the dimensions, possible engines and tasks are the same with Tigr.
VPK offers Wolf (of course after the trials) as more expensive and sophisticated vehicle then Tigr. So they are not "competitives"
Sounds like a money laundering scheme that nobody is ever going to buy. Export sales to Greece/UAE, maybe.
An APC is no some wunderwaffe, no need to make it so sophisticated that it gets prohibitively expensive.
Wolf is not a MRAP APC (no V-shaped hull, for example), so I really don't see why would anyone in the Russian armed forces prefer it before Tigr.