7.5 cm SPG (Soviet Hetzer Starr)

The German use of a rigidly-mounted tank gun interested the Soviets, who continued work on the Jagdpanzer 38(t) Starr.

Object 705A

The Object 705A was a superheavy tank designed by ChKZ in the immediate post-war period, weighing 100 tons and armed with a 152 mm gun.

Object 705 (Tank-705)

The Object 705 was a heavy tank designed in parallel to the IS-7 by the SKB-2 bureau in Chelyabinsk. It was a response to the German Maus.

Geschützwagen E 100 (Fake Tank)

Sebastian Nast created a fictional design for fun using Dragon's E 100 model kit. Wargaming used it to make their own E 100 self-propelled gun for World of Tanks.

Object 715

The Object 715 was one of many unsuccessful post-war attempts to create a heavy SPG based on the IS-4 heavy tank chassis.

Dacia Duster Army Technology Demonstrator

Cooperation between several Romanian companies led to the development of a budget military car based on the Dacia Duster.

K-91 World of Tanks Fake Version

While the K-91 tank projects are real, Wargaming decided to mix and match them in order to create an ahistorical hybrid.

K-91 SPG

After the end of WWII, tank destroyers were still seen as a potent weapon. One such vehicle was designed on the chassis of the K-91 tank.

K-91 (Rear-Mounted Turret)

The K-91 was born at a time when the Soviet Union had a hypersaturated market in regards to tank development and heavy tanks especially.

K-91 (Front-Mounted Turret)

The K-91 was born at a time when the Soviet Union had a hypersaturated market in regards to tank development and heavy tanks especially.