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World of Tanks Supertest: P26/40 – Tier IV Italian Medium

The design of this vehicle began in the end of 1940, however, due to problems finding an appropriate engine, the first prototype of the tank was only ready in the beginning of 1942. Mass production began in 1943 in Turin. After the surrender of Italy in the Autumn of 1943, the tank was adopted by the Germans under the name Panzerkampfwagen P40 737 (i) and was used in secondary units. A total of 100 units were produced. The tank will be introduced as a Tier IV vehicle in World of Tanks.

Please note, the following information is from Supertest and it’s subject to change.

Source: wot-news.com / gamemodels3d.com

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P26/40 Pictures

P26/40 Modules

Suspension
Turret
Gun
Engine
Radio

‎P26/40 mod. 42

‎P26/40 mod. 41

‎Cannone da 47/40

‎Maybach HL 120

‎R.F. 1 C.A.

‎P26/40 mod. 43

‎P26/40 mod. 43

‎Cannone da 75/32

‎SPA 342

‎R.F. 2 C.A.

‎Cannone da 75/34

‎Maybach HL 120 evoluzione

P26/40 Stats

Survivability

Hit Points 350 (HP)
Hull Armour 50 / 40 / 40 (mm)
Turret Armour 50 / 40 / 40 (mm)

Firepower

Penetration 97 / 130 / 70 (mm)
Damage
110 / 110 / 175 (HP)
Damage per Minute 1,639 (HP/m)
Reload Time 4.03 (s)
Rate of Fire 14.90 (cpm)

Manoeuvrability

Accuracy 0.43
Aim Time 2.2 (s)
Aiming Circle Spread
after Shot 4.00 (α)
on Turret Traverse 0.12 (α)
on Vehicle Move 0.29 (α)
on Vehicle Traverse 0.29 (α)
on Turret Full Speed Traversing 4.56 (α)
on Vehicle Full Speed Moving 11.60 (α)
on Vehicle Full Speed Traversing 13.34 (α)
Elevation / Depression +23 / -10 (deg)
Turret Traverse Speed 38.0 (deg/s)
Chassis Traverse Speed 46.0 (deg/s)

Mobility

Weight / Load Limit 25.34 / 28.00 (t)
Engine Power 400 (h.p.)
Specific Power
15.79 (h.p./t)
Top Speed / Reverse Speed 40 / 15 (km/h)
Terrain Resistance 1.005 / 1.247 / 2.205 (m/s2)

Concealment

Concealment of Stationary Vehicle (%) 25.7 / 6.68 (%)
Concealment of Moving Vehicle (%) 19.3 / 5.02 (%)

Spotting

View Range 330 (m)
Signal Range 432.8 (m)
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    1. WordPress is driving me nuts! Edited the post, and created a new instead! And didn’t even save the changes I’ve done! LOL! Seems to be sorted now,

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