World of Tanks

Polish Tier VI Premium Medium Tank Pudel: Stats, Armour & Pictures

The first Polish tank introduced to World of Tanks will be a captured German Panther Aufs. G. Placed at Tier VI, Pudel is very similar to the stock version of the German Panther. None the less, it opens the door for Polish tanks to be added to the game.

Please note these are Supertest stats and are subject to change before the final version is released.




Tier VI Medium Tank
Hit Points
Gun 7,5 cm Kw.K. 42 L/70
Shell Type  AP / APCR / HE
Shell Avg. Penetration  150 / 194 / 38
Shell Avg. Damage  135 / 135 / 175
Reload Time  4,03
Rate of Fire  14.90
Aiming Time  2.21
Average Damage per Minute  2 011
Accuracy  0.336
Gun Depression/Elevation Angles  -8 / +18
Chassis / Hull Traverse Speed  30 / 31.3
Top Speed / Reverse Speed  55 / 20
Terrain Resistance
Hard  0.959
Medium  1.151
Soft  2.205
Hull Armour  85 / 50 / 40
Turret Armour  100 / 45 / 45
Weigh/Load Limit  44.24t / 48.00t
Engine Power  700
Specific Power  15.82
Concealment of Stationary Vehicle  16.2 %
Concealment of Moving Vehicle  12.1 %
View Range  370m
Signal Range  740m
Crew  5


  1. So it’s a VK30.02m that trades a bit of mobility (2 ton heavier) for 10mm of side armour.

    Seems like a good trade to me, at least now it can side scrape against an IS.


    1. No, the Polish is the four square (two white, two red) like the huge one on the upper glacis. As far as I know this is the official Polish militaire emblem on tanks, planes and ships. But I am not Polish, so I could been wrong.


    2. Well not really. It was the tank used by paramilitary formation during Warsaw rebelion and captured from the germany troops. They emblem it not exactly how it was done in the army.


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