World of Tanks

Supertest: Vk 75.01 (K) Full Stats

As announced earlier today, World of Tanks Supertest received a brand new German, Premium Tier VIII heavy tank: VK 75.01 (K). The vehicle isn’t real at all, Wargaming made it up so it could fit the Panzer VII branch play style.

Full statistics have already been shared, so I’ll leave it up to you to decide if the vehicle is balanced at the moment or not. Let us know in the comment section.

VK 75.01 (3)

Modules

Suspension
Turret
Gun
Engine
Radio

vehicleChassis

vehicleTurret

vehicleGun

vehicleEngine

vehicleRadio

Unknown Unknown 12,8 cm Kw.K L/61K Unknown Unknown
Please Note
These characteristics apply to the vehicle with a 100% trained crew. Please note they might change as they are from Supertest stage.
Characteristics
SurvivabilityFirepowerManeuverabilityMobilityConcealmentSpottingCrew
Tier VIII
Hit Points 1,600 (HP)
Hull Armour 180 / 100 / 80 (mm)
Turret Armour 250 / 100 / 80 (mm)
Penetration 226 / 263 / 65 (mm)
Damage
490 / 490 / 630 (HP)
Rate of Fire
3.80 (rpm)
Reload Time
15.82 (s)
Turret Traverse Speed 25 (deg/s)
Depression / Elevation -5 / +15 (deg)
Accuracy 0.374
Aim Time 2.59 (s)
Damage per Minute 1,858 (HP/m)
Aiming Circle Spread
after Shot 2.877 (a)
on Turret Traverse 0.144 (a)
on Vehicle Move 0.192 (a)
on Vehicle Traverse 0.192 (a)
on Turret Full Speed Traversing 3.450 (a)
on Vehicle Full Speed Moving 5.750 (a)
on Vehicle Full Speed Traversing 4.990 (a)
Weight / Load Limit 75.00 / 80.00 (t)
Engine Power 900 (h.p.)
Specific Power
12.00 (h.p./t)
Top Speed / Reverse Speed 30 / 15 (km/h)
Chassis Traverse Speed 26.00 (deg/s)
Terrain Resistance 0.959 / 1.295 / 1.870 (m/s2)
Concealment of Stationary Vehicle (%) 7.4 / 1.13 (%)
Concealment of Moving Vehicle (%) 3.7 / 0.57 (%)
View Range 380 (m)
Signal Range 740 (m)
Crew Members CommanderGunnerDriverLoaderRadio
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10 comments

  1. The tweaks to the Tiger II better be good, otherwise this is flat out better than Tiger II.

  2. Hark it’s not fake and here’s The reason. why this is not fake is because this is most likely based off of the rear turreted Löwe project, and there was a real proposal to put the vk100.01P Turret on it’s hull (not specified if rear or front turreted) for it to be able to mount a bigger gun ando have more armor. Also the Pz. VII is NOT fake but incorrectly named. What it should be named is either the VK72.01K (which I know is another tank but they’re literally the same thing with only different guns) or VK70.01K. Here’s a link about their history.
    http://tankarchives.blogspot.com/2017/10/pzkpfw-lowe-german-lion.html (the info is near the end of the article)
    (Also I do realize the hull is still incorrect though on the VK75.01K)

    1. Panzer VII is a fake vehicle, inspired by the Vk 72.01. Even the game VK 72.01 is fake, has so many changes to what it should be… A 72 tons tank that WG transformed in a 150 tons beast? lol Just because it’s “based” on a fantasy proposal, it doesn’t make it real. The VK 75.01 is fake, there was no proposal with that name, with any of this configuration…

      1. well, as long as there are at least hints and blueprints for certain developments, I’m fine with fake-ish tanks. As long as we don’t get any more WT auf E-100s…

        Nonetheless, I’d still prefer WG implementing more real life tanks (which there are enough of still – WG just has to make low tiers more playable/enjoyable and less of a free-XP-skipfest).

  3. Tiger 2 won’t get buffed. Consider recently proposed STB-1 and Leopard 1 buffs that aren’t. Tiger 2 is nothing but a snack for Russian tanks and it will remain that way.

    1. The STB-1 and Leopard 1 are still coming, they just pulled back the initial changes.
      As are the others.
      Some of you guys are so pessimistic =\

      1. I have been playing this game for seven years now, and experience has taught me not to put too much trust in Wargaming’s judgement. Sure, some departments in this company do a brilliant job – marketing, for one – but the dev department certainly does not.

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