The Third Reich’s answer to the British MBW is fully committed to a fearsome anti-armour role. Loud and lumbering, this behemoth crashes through the underbrush with its mere presence instilling dread in enemy tank crews. While proving highly effective against American Shermans, and the Soviet KV-1s and T-34s, it's lack of speed and maneuverability made it desperately vulnerable to anti-tank infantry.

Key Features-
-Cannon terminates in a tightened muzzle break that employs a Gerlich effect.
-Standard tank issued entrenching tools and tarpaulin.
-Free hand clamp used as self righter, and to carry extra loads of equipment.
-Hatch leads to small compartment for a one man surveillance and
communications crewman.