Numerical Designation: HT9A7/IOCY
Name: "Yvernyr" - "Wyvern"
Crew: 3 (Commander, Gunner, Driver)
Cost: 16.7 million NSD
Length: 8.1m (Hull)/
Height: 2.7m (Turret Roof)
Width: 3.8m (4.2m w/ Modular Side Armour)
Maximum Speed: 72kph road speed (governed).
Cross country speed: 52kph
Acceleration: 0 to 32kph in 4.8 seconds
Operational Range: 515km
Main Armament: 128mm SC10.8 55 calibre solid propellant smoothbore cannon (42 rounds, 25 in autoloader magazine)
Co-axial weapon (left): 20mm Arsenal Karonin M.28 Autocannon (600 rounds)/12.7mm MG/H8A3 (1500 rounds), or other modular block compatible weapons.
Commander's weapon: 12.7mm MG/H8A3 on Remote Weapons System (powered), interchangeable with other armaments.
Additional: 12x mounted multipurpose grenade launchers, modular systems allow for further options.
Passive: Calumnis-3 (metal-composite matrix outer layer, NERA, composite tiles, DU alloy mesh, IRHA plates/hull, fibreglass/rubber/Spectra spall liner)
Active: Solothel Active Protection System
Crew Protection: NBC protection (main + auxiliary), pentafluoroethane crew compartment fire extinguishing, Halon 1301 + foam fuel tank extinguishing and self-sealing suite.
SAIC Combat Networking
Propulsion: 2,200hp (steady state) opposing piston hyperbar.
Transmission: Automatic (8 forward, 3 reverse).
A main battle tank, made to be big, heavy and expensive by real world standards. There's a whole technical write-up for this thing, but that's too much - it has a 128mm solid propellant gun, a nice, thick layout of composite armour, an up to date fire control system, hyperbar engine with hydractive suspension and a solid APS. It *does* have a conventional transmission, and there're a host of other things I can improve - but that's what it's all about, I guess.