Yes, Tunguska has everything you wished for playing the ZSU-23-4 Shilka...
... it was specifically designed during the '70s to counter than upcoming US A-10/Apache threats, materialized during Desert Storm.
Fielded from 1982, it was not exported before the end of the Cold War.
2 pieces of 2A38 30mm double barreled canons, with almost double range and armor penetration against the A-10.
Fully digital fire control computer measuring projectile velocity, and also taking meteorological conditions into consideration, to increase shooting accuracy.
8 pieces of 9M311 missiles to outpace the US hellfire missile.
Missile has similar range as the SA-8 OSA, but guidance use only 2 radar antennas (SOC, SSC) compared to the over-complicated 8 antenna system of the OSA.
For target acquisition the SOC use (kind of) a mouse, with click-and-acquire capability.
(only the old-style backup range wheel remained)
Against the AH-64 Apache pop-up tactic, it has a fully automatic target acquisition feature.
(the 9M311 has double speed of the Hellfire, so theoretically even while reacting, it can kill the Apache first)