Project 22160, new type of Patrol Corvette to be laid down tomorrow (Feb 26).
Displacement: 1300 T
Max speed: 30 knots
Electronics: Radars & Sonars
Armament: Artillery and missiles
Mission : Patrol, surveillance, protection
Sounds like a replacement for the Albatros (Grisha) type boats.
I have an old book (2004) that describes a boat project in the1,350 ton class.
Displacement is given as 1,000 tons standard and 1,350 tons full load.
Speed is 30knts.
Armament is on UKSK launcher allowing up to 8 Club-N anti ship missiles, or anti sub missiles or mix of the two, but the gun mount is described as the A190 100mm automatic gun and also two Kahstan-M mounts and two 14.5mm HMG mounts. 8 Paket-M anti torpedo missiles are carried with various radar and sonar systems and one Ka-27 helicopter in a retractable hangar.
Russia or China does not have the equivalent of The Total Ship Computing Environment Infrastructure of the Zumwalt class destroyer.
That would be the Sigma battle management and communications system that is to be fitted to all new and upgraded Russian naval vessels.
Each VLS cell can be quad packed with RIM-162 Evolved Sea Sparrow Missiles (ESSM). This gives a maximum theoretical ESSM load out of 320 missiles.
So it will be reasonably well protected from air attack.
the exKirov class will have its 20 anti ship missile tubes replaced with 80 anti ship missile tubes. It had 96 SAM launch tubes for the Rif-M SAM but the new Vityaz can be loaded 4 to a tube with a flight range of up to 150km...
This means that by 2020 they could have an upgraded Kirov class vessel with 80 hypersonic anti ship missiles and 384 Vityaz 150km range SAMs and that is ignoring the Pantsirs... of which there would likely be 8, which means 16 x 30mm gatling guns and 8 x 32 missiles or 256 Pantsir-S1 missiles.
That is 80 land attack or anti ship or anti sub missiles plus 640 SAMs... not really that shabby.