MOSCOW – Russia’s new Armata super tank’s manufacturers claiming to have made world’s first invisible and most deadliest tank, that can hide it from enemy radar and it is 20 years ahead from western military technology.
The director of the tank’s manufacturer UralVagonZavod said, The T-14 war machine is loaded with high tech equipment that will screen it from enemy radar and infra-red heat-seeking target finders.
But the unveiling of the “super tank” in Moscow’s Red Square left Vladimir Putin red faced as the high tech killing machine reportedly stalled on parade.
The Russian military will be hoping to reveal the tank at the Russian Arms Expo in September.
“We essentially made the invisible tank,” Vyacheslav Khalitov Director of tank’s manufacturer UralVagonZavod said.
He also added, we have applied this system stalls deep technology radio-absorbing materials, special paint and rational architecture of the machine itself.
The materials act as a cloaking device and disrupt the infrared signals that enemies would use to pinpoint its location.
It’s also packed with top-grade military tech including heat-seeking target finders and a remote-control gun turret.
According to Russian sources, the T-14 Armata is expected to go into production in 2018.
President Vladimir Putin has promised to buy up to 2,300 of the new tanks for the Russian military.