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Supertest: Matilda LVT British Medium Tank

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A new British Tier IV medium tank enters Supertest, Matilda LVT. If you never heard of this tank, its normal, it a creation of Wargaming based on a Matilda hull put together with a spare turret, it was never a proposal or even planned thing to do. A photo of this tank is available on Google taken in an Australian farm.

The vehicle also has a decent 75 mm gun. Its standard AP shell penetrates 91 mm on average, while the average penetration of its special APCR shell is 144 mm. It has a damage per shot of 110 HP, an accuracy of 0.43, and an aiming time of 1.7 s. Its engine power is 190 h.p., has a power-to-weight ratio of 8 h.p./t, and can reach a top speed of 24 km/h. Considering its sub-par mobility but excellent gun, this tank is best played at long range where it can realize its firing potential.

The vehicle is likely to be a lootbox exclusive for Holiday Ops 2022, coming this December but the information is yet to be confirmed. More details as soon as possible.

All characteristics are with a crew trained to 100% and subject to change before the final release.







Matilda Mk. IIA M8 GMC 75 mm AT Gun M3 2x Leyland E164 WS No. 19 Mk. II (Aust)
Firepower - 86
Average Damage per Shot (HP) 110/110/175
Average Penetration (mm) 91/144/38
Rate of Fire (rounds/min) 13.31
Reload Time (s) 4.51
Gun Traverse Speed  (deg/s) 16.69
Gun Depression/Elevation Angles  (deg) -10/20
Aiming Time (s) 1.63
Dispersion at 100 m (m) 0.41
Average Damage per Minute  (HP/min) 1 465
Survivability - 41
Hit Points (HP) 500
Hull Armour (front/sides/rear mm) 75/70/55
Turret Armour (front/sides/rear mm) 38/25/25
Mobility - 278
Weight/Load Limit (t) 23.73/29.00
Engine Power (h.p.) 190
Specific Power (h.p./t) 8.01
Top Speed/Reverse Speed (km/h) 24/11
Traverse Speed (deg/s) 37.55
Concealment - 307
Concealment of Stationary Vehicle (%) 16.99/4.42
Concealment of Moving  Vehicle (%) 12.71/3.30
Spotting - 407
View Range (m) 320
Signal Range (m) 450
Firepower Hidden Stats
Dispersion moving Unknown
Dispersion tank traverse Unknown
Dispersion turret traverse Unknown
Dispersion after firing Unknown
Dispersion gun damaged Unknown
Mobility Hidden Stats
Hard Terrain Resistance Unknown
Medium Terrain Resistance Unknown
Soft  Terrain Resistance Unknown
Hard Terrain Traverse (deg/s) Unknown
Medium Terrain Traverse (deg/s) Unknown
Soft Terrain Traverse (deg/s) Unknown

8 thoughts on “Supertest: Matilda LVT British Medium Tank

  1. Conflicting information?
    Invented by wargaming… yet a photo of the actual thing exists?
    Guess its a one-off thing then, but it’d still be interesting to know the history behind it.

    1. Just because it exists it doesn’t mean it’s historical. Maybe it’s a botched restauration or a dude had a Matilda hull and kitbashed an LVT turret (that never was equipped with a 3 inch gun btw) on it. Just like the famous 17pdr TD conversion of an M3 Grant. People said it’s real but it was actually a botched restauration in a museum.

    2. Well, then isn’t that still a part of history that people might like to know?
      If nothing else, it is to keep fact from fiction.
      Just so we all know that it might actually be a botched restoration like that M3 Grant you mention.

    3. It’s unfortunate that M3 Grant with a 17-pdr was a botched restoration, because it would be really cool if it were real.

      Though what Wargaming really ought to be adding as a premium is the very real M4A4 Sherman in India that was re-gunned with the D-56T off a PT-76.

    1. @Nishi Kinuyo

      That is the botched restoration I was talking about…

  2. It is just literally someone who had a Matilda hull without a turret and just put an M8 turret on top of it just so the tank wasn’t there without a turret… There is no history behind it, nothing, its like that T-34 hull that someone decided to just put a T62 turret on top of it…

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