The Char Amphibie Schneider-Laurent Tank

The Char Amphibie Schneider-Laurent Tank was designed by M. Laurent and developed by Schneider, the tank was first seen in 1928. It had a boat shaped hull for amphibious operations and propelled in the water by a rear propeller. It operated on wheels whilst on the road and tracks off-road. Swapping between both systems could be completed by the crew from within the vehicle. Only one prototype was built.

The Char Amphibie Schneider-Laurent Tank

Spec’s

Armament: x1 8mm MG x1 37mm Main Gun
Armour: 15mm steel
Crew: 2
Dimensions: Length 6m / Width 2.2m / Height 2.45m
Weight: 10 tonne
Engine: 100hp 8-cylinder petrol
Top Road Speed: 45km/h (wheels)
Operational Range: 320km

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