Char de Combat Leopard 1.A4 de la Bundeswehr Allemande

Char de Combat Leopard 1.A4 de la Bundeswehr Allemande

En 1972, the Bundeswehr ordered the sixth production batch (6. Baulos) of 250 chars de combat Leopard 1.A4. These new véhicules were deployed in the 10. Panzerdivision which had previously received Leopard 1.A3 of the fifth production batch. The Leopard 1.A4 was very similar to the previous variant, the only noticeable difference being the armoured gun sight in front of the commander's hatch. The Leopard 1.A3 had a persicope on the turret roof instead.

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Spécifications Techniques

  • Leopard 1.A4
  • Moteur: MTU Mercedes-Benz 838 CaM 500 Multi-Fuel Engine avec 610 kW (830 hp)
  • Transmission: Planet Drive
  • Vitesse: 62 km/h sur route
  • Autonomie: 600 km sur route
  • Longueur totale: 9540 mm
  • Longueur: 7090 mm
  • Largeur: 3250 mm
  • Hauteur: 2800 mm
  • Voie: 2700 mm
  • Garde au sol: 450 mm
  • Largeur chenilles: 550 mm
  • Climbing Ability: 60 %
  • Lateral Inclination: 30 %
  • Trench Crossing Ability: 3 m
  • Step Climbing Ability: 1,5 m
  • Poids: 41000 kg
  • Military Load Class: MLC 42
  • Armement:
    • 105 mm Panzerkanone L7 A2
    • co-axial 7.62 mm Machine Gun
    • 7.62 mm AA Machine Gun
    • Smoke-Dischargers
  • Équipage: chef de char, conducteur, tireur, chargeur
  • Production: 250 units of 6. Baulos (1972)

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Déploiement Historique

  • 10. Panzerdivision of the Bundeswehr

Chars de combat Leopard 1.A4 were only used by the 10. Panzerdivision of the Bundeswehr, et they were later replaced by chars de combat Leopard 2.

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