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Crew:

  • Commander
  • Radio Operator
  • Driver
  • Gunner
  • Loader

Advantages:

  • Good gun selection; the only German Tier VI medium with the excellent 8.8cm L/56
  • High top speed can be helpful on slopes, can pivot in place
  • Great view and signal range
  • Huge gun mantlet with the Krupp Turm provides strong turret armor, same as the Tiger I, combined with good -10 gun depression
  • Good maneuverability with the second engine and above

Disadvantages:

  • Below average HP
  • Unsloped hull armour with only 75mm of armour provides little protection against other Tier VI tanks
  • High ground resistance on medium surfaces and low traverse speed, resulting in below average acceleration and turning speed
  • One of the worst stock grinds with an extremely low maneuverability as a medium due to a really low powered engine, lousy sto

Tank description:

The VK 30.01 (P) is a German tier 6 medium tank.The Porsche company developed the concept of a new vehicle in 1939. On March 5, 1941, after numerous approvals, the company prepared blueprints and, in July 1941, produced the hull from mild steel. The hull and chassis (with detachable equipment for trenching) passed performance trials. One wooden prototype of the turret and one wooden prototype of the hull were manufactured. In 1942, the project was discontinued in favor of new heavy tanks.As this tank was used to prototype the Pz.Kpfw. VI Tiger (P), it''s similar in size and layout. Its comparatively weak side armour and low traverse rate leaves the tank vulnerable to flank shots. However, it makes up for this with speed and a gun that does a fair amount of damage, both DPM and alpha wise, and is accurate at long range.The VK 30.01 (P) leads to the Tiger (P).

The Porsche company developed the concept of a new vehicle in 1939. On March 5, 1941, after numerous approvals, the company prepared blueprints and, in July 1941, produced the hull from mild steel. The hull and chassis (with detachable equipment for trenching) passed performance trials. One wooden prototype of the turret and one wooden prototype of the hull were manufactured. In 1942, the project was discontinued in favor of new heavy tanks.