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Old 05-27-2022, 08:32 PM
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For a late Soviet supertank, there's Object 195 (sometimes referred to as T-95, but that was never an actual designation). This was Uralvagonzavod's competitor against the Black Eagle for post-T-90 tank development, and probably a direct ancestor of the T-14. Even though it started development in 1988 and was canceled for the last time in 2010, details are still sketchy, but here's what I've been able to pick up:

Mass: somewhere around 55 tonnes
Crew: 2. Uncrewed turret, hull has just driver and gunner/commander
Armament: 152mm L/55 2A83, coaxial 30mm 2A42, and Kord 12.7mm
Engine: 1500+ horsepower
Estimated top speed: 80 km/h
Defenses: Relikt ERA, Shtora-2 jammer, Standard* active protection system
Sensors: thermal, infrared, laser designator**, radar gunsight for use with HE-Frag rounds

*This might be Arena, or it might have changed to Arena at some point. Pictures imply four or five launchers on each side of the turret, mounted just above the ring. No ability to engage Tank Breaker/Javelin.
**There was consideration that it could fire laser-guided shells developed for the 152mm Msta SPG, and even if it couldn't, it could guide them on target.
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