T71 CMCD: Updated Stats and Armor/Model Screenshots

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Updated the Stats and gathered some information on the T71 CMCD for you:

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Description:

This was a project of the air-transportable light tank. It was developed between 1952 and 1956 by the Cadillac company to replace the M41. It was cancelled in 1956 due to the lack of resources in favor of the more perspective T92. No prototype was ever built.

Statistics:

Tier: 7 premium LT
Hitpoints: 840
Engine: 340 hp
Weight: 16,964 tons
Power-to-weight: 20.04 hp/t
Maximum speed: 64/25 km/h
Hull traverse: 65 deg/s
Turret traverse: 46 deg/s
Terrain resistance: 0,3/0,4/1,1
Viewrange: 400
Radio range: 745
Hull armor: 25,4/22,2/19,1 mm
Turret armor: 22,2/22,2/22,2 mm


Gun: 76mm T185
Damage: 150/150/185
Penetration: 175/210/38
DPM: 2092.5
ROF: 13,95
Reload: 4,3
Accuracy: 0,38
Aimtime: 1,9s

Model and Armor:

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T71 CMCD: Updated Stats and Armor/Model Screenshots

19 thoughts on “T71 CMCD: Updated Stats and Armor/Model Screenshots

  1. Looks like an alright premium. I like how the changed the T71 a while back so it wouldn’t have the Cadilliac chassis. Sneaky WG. Hell, I would do the same.

  2. SlayerBR says:

    well looks fine for a prem, and its nice to get more prem scouts, since WoT if full of prem heavys (too much IS-3 variants haha) and meds, but it would be nice if they worked more on the regular tanks of nations that don’t have that much variety, since there are plenty of nations that don’t got any scout, TDs and artys, just the regular heavy and med, anyway, probally the regular t71 will be better cause of the autoloader in it……

  3. septfox says:

    Terrain resistance: 0,3/0,4/1,1

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    It has better ground resistance on boggy terrain than some lower-tier lights have on medium terrain.

  4. Getoveryourself says:

    Have to wonder if the USA will ever get a upper tier prem Lt. It would be nice to not have to use a T7 combat car to train up a loader. :p

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