Lynx (disambiguation)

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A lynx is a type of wild cat.

Lynx may also refer to:




  • Emcee Lynx (born 1980), anarchist hip hop artist from the San Francisco Bay Area
  • Lynx Vaughan Gaede (1992-), a member of the American white nationalist folk teen duo Prussian Blue




Military vehicles[edit]

  • Panzer IIL Luchs (German for "Lynx"), a light reconnaissance version of the German Panzer II tank used during World War II
  • Lynx reconnaissance vehicle, a U.S.-built vehicle used by the armed forces of Canada and the Netherlands
  • Pansarbil m/39 Lynx, a Swedish armoured car used by the Swedish and Danish armies
  • Lynx Scout Car, a Canadian–built version of the World War II Daimler Dingo
  • Lynx, a version of the ERC 90 Sagaie, a French six wheeled fire-support and reconnaissance vehicle
  • Iveco LMV, also called VTLM Lince (Italian for "Lynx"), a 4WD tactical vehicle developed by Iveco
  • Lynx Family of Tracked Armoured Vehicles are a family of tracked armored vehicles developed by Rheinmetall Landsysteme


  • Leyland Lynx, a model of single-decker bus produced by British Leyland in the 1980s and 1990s
  • Lynx (snowmobile), a brand of snowmobiles
  • Lynx (Orlando), a bus system operated by the Central Florida Regional Transportation Authority
  • Mercury Lynx, a model of car
  • Mitsubishi Lynx, a 1993 Mitsubishi Motors concept car
  • A British automobile company specializing in replicas of Jaguar D-type and C-type race cars






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