German Tanks and heavy armoured vehicles of Germany
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The KF51 also nicknamed Panther is the latest generation of Main Battle Tank designed and developed by the German company Rheinmetall. Citing information from Rheinmetall engineers, the KF51 Panther is destined to be a game changer on the battlefields of the future. It represents the new concept of the main battle tank in terms of lethality, protection, reconnaissance, networking, and mobility.

Kodiak tracked engineer armoured vehicle
Kodiak tracked engineer armoured vehicle technical data sheet specifications information description intelligence pictures photos images identification Germany German army Rheinmetall RUAG defense industry military technology
The Kodiak is a tracked engineer armoured vehicle based on the chassis of a main battle tank. This vehicle was built following a need for Army Engineer Corps of a robust, reliable and cost effective Armoured Engineer Vehicle based on state of the art engineering equipment using an MTB LEOPARD 2 chassis.
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Leguan Leopard 2 heavy tracked armoured vehicle bridge layer 
Leguan bridger layer on armoured vehicle MBT chassis Leopard 2 Germany German KMW defense industry 640 001 The Leguan Leopard 2 is a bridge layer tracked armoured vehicle, or AVLB (Armoured Vehicle-Launched Bridge), designed and manufactured by the German Company KMW Krauss-Maffei-Wegmann. The LEGUAN LEOPARD 2 system unites the well-known high mobility of the LEOPARD 2 battle tank and the interoperability of the LEGUAN bridge laying system.

The Leopard 1A5 is an improved version of the German-made Leopard 1A1A1 Main Battle Tank (MBT) which was the first upgraded variant of the Leopard tank that entered into service with the German army in 1971. The Leopard 1 MBT was developed by the German company Krauss-Maffei Wegmann to meet the requirements of the German Army and, following trials with prototype vehicles, was accepted for service in 1963.

The Leopard 2A5 is an upgraded version of the Leopard 2A4 main battle tank designed and manufactured by the German Company KMW (Krauss-Maffei Wegmann). The first prototype of the Leopard 2A5 was completed by Krauss-Maffei late in 1990. In September 1995, the German army took delivery of the first of 225 Leopard 2 MBTs in Leopard 2A5 configuration.

The Leopard 2A6 is one of the latest generations of the main battle tank from the family of German Leopard. The Leopard 2 was developed and manufactured by the German Defence Company Krauss-Maffei Wegmann based on the Leopard 2A5 main battle tank. The Leopard 2 was produced for the first time in 1979.

The Leopard 2A7+ is a modernized version of the Leopard 2A6 MBT (Main Battle Tank) developed by the German Company KMW (Kraus-Maffei Wegmann). The Leopard 2A7+ was first shown to public during the Eurosatory 2010, featuring the label "Developed by Krauss-Maffei Wegmann KMW - tested and qualified by German MoD (Ministry of Defense)".

The Leopard 2A8 Main Battle Tank (MBT) represents the newest modernized variant in the Leopard 2 family of tanks manufactured by the German companies KMW (Krauss-Maffei Wegmann) and Rheinmetall. This tank is equipped with a cutting-edge armor protection system, believed to incorporate multi-layered armor from the newest generation. It is an improved version of the Leopard 2A7.