Ukraine to develop the T-Rex a new main battle tank to compete the Russian T-14 Armata MBT 12301171

Defence & Security News - Ukraine
 
Ukraine to develop the T-Rex a new main battle tank to compete the Russian T-14 Armata MBT.
The Ukrainian Defense Industry has announced the development of a new main battle tank codenamed T-Rex using new technology and design that could compete with the new generation of Russian main battle tank T-14 Armata according the Ukrainian manufacturer Arey Engineering Group.
     
The Ukrainian Defense Industry has announced the development of a new main battle tank codenamed T-Rex using new technology and design that could compete with the new generation of Russian main battle tank T-14 Armata according the Ukrainian manufacturer Arey Engineering Group. Drawing of new Ukrainian project of main battle tank "T-Rex" (Image: gazeta.ua)
     
The T-Rex will have a new generation of fire control system and will be made using latest technologies of armour solutions. The new features will include 360° vision capacities for all members of the crew and the tank will be protected with active protection system to counter guided and unguided anti-tank missile systems.

Like the T-14 Armata, the Ukrainian T-Rex will be fitted with an unmanned turret and all the the three members of the crew will be seated in the front of the hull.

The T-Rex will be armed with one 125mm cannon fitted with an automatic loading system and one remotely operated weapon station mounted on the top of the turret.

According to the tank’s designers, its combat characteristics exceed the two Ukrainian-made main battle tanks Oplot and Bulat.
 

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