|Place of origin||Sweden|
|In service||1983–present (Torped 613)|
|Used by||Sweden, Norway, Denmark|
|Manufacturer||Förenade fabriksverken (FFV)|
|Weight||C.a 1800 kg|
|Effective firing range||20 km|
|Warhead weight||300 kg|
|Propellant||Alcohol and Hydrogen peroxide|
|Wire guided and controlled homing|
Torped 613 is a heavyweight torpedo still in use by the Swedish Navy. It is wire-guided and has a passive sonar sensor, which sends back information through the wire. The torpedo was developed in the 1970s as a cooperation project between Denmark, Norway and Sweden. Testing was done during the period 1981-1983.
The torpedo is planned to be replaced by the more modern Torped 62.