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.

E 100 Ausf.B (Henschelturm or Rinaldi’s Turret) (Fake Tank)

The Henschel turret E 100 was a fake vehicle created by a modeler as a what-if, and then shamelessly copied and sold by a modelling company.

Jagdpanzer E 100 (Fake Tank)

While there was never a project for a Jagdpanzer E 100, World of Tanks have a what-if version based on the Sturmgeschutz E 100.

Gremyakin’s Medium Tank (STG)

The STG was a 1953 plan by Comrade Gremyakin for a tank of medium size and weight, but with a heavy tank's gun and armor.

Char de Forteresse ARL

A superheavy design from ARL in 1938. Two variants were drawn, one articulated and one traditional 'land battleship' style hull.

PT-76

The PT-76 was a Soviet amphibious light tank which saw service from 1952 up until its replacement by the BMP-1 in 1967.

BTR-50

The BTR-50 was the first Soviet amphibious tracked APC. It was developed alongside the PT-76 tank to improve infantry mobility.