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In 1940, German forces captured approximately twenty British Mk. VI tanks. The captured vehicles were used for training purposes until the fall of 1942. In November it was decided to develop a self-propelled gun on the basis of the captured Mk. VI. In 1942, modifications with a 105- and 150-mm field howitzer were developed. All these SPGs were lost in the defense of France in the summer and fall of 1944.
Characteristics for a vehicle with basic configuration and a crew with 100% qualification.
|Hit Points||90 HP|
|Weight/Load Limit||6.49 / 6.5 t|
|Engine Power||66 h.p.|
|Speed Limit||50 km/h|
|Traverse Speed||16 deg/sec|
|Turret Traverse Speed||12 deg/sec|
|Hull Armor (mm)||
|Gun||10,5 cm le.F.H. 16 L/22|
|Armor Penetration||40-66 mm|
|Rate of Fire||2.22 rounds/min|
|View Range||280 m|
|Signal Range||265 m|
|Rate of Fire
|III||10,5 cm le.F.H. 16 L/22||410/350||53/104||2.22||13,900|
|Chance of Fire
|I||Light Tank Mk. VIB||6.5||16||240|
|II||G.Pz. Mk. VI (e)||8.5||18||580|