10 Never Seen Before Photos of Interiors of Newest Russian ARMATA Tank

Never Seen Before Photos of Interiors of Newest Russian ARMATA Tank

Posted on April 20, 2017 by tim

Russian ARMATA tank is the newest Russian tank. Only exterior photos were published before. But now, thanks to a journalist effort, we’ve got to see what it looks from inside. Just a little time ago this was a very classified material!

ARMATA tank is actually not just a tank, it’s a tracked platform that is planned to build over 28 new vehicles on this platform.

It’s gonna get all the newest Russian achievements in tank building.

And here are the inside photos. This is a work place of a gunner.

And this is a driver’s seat. There is no steering wheel but rather a handwheel (in the middle with switches on it).


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10 Responses to “Never Seen Before Photos of Interiors of Newest Russian ARMATA Tank”

  1. john dudley says:

    That isn’t the inside of the Armata tank.

  2. Douglas says:

    All modern tanks look mostly the same on the inside. The insides are always very crowded, uncomfortable and claustrophobic.

  3. Jim says:

    What is it the inside of then? Maps well with official internal shots!

  4. Son of "Douglas" says:

    Uuh… All tanks are the same… All have a turret and tracks… Uuh….

  5. Mike says:

    Basically a little metal coffin for the crew. Worse with Armata, since the coffin is on the bottom. No access to the turret. I think this tank may be a big mistake. They rely on all those external sensors, just waiting to be damaged, shot off, obscured by mud, dirt, dust and then the crew inside becomes blind and helpless. In a coffin.

    • Guderian says:

      Probably you’re confusing this game-changer marvel tank with your mom’s Toyota.

      Please send your tremnendous ‘observations’ to NATO. Because they are scared as hell.

  6. Mike says:

    Feeble minds stealing a war hero’s name. Game-changer marvel, yup, only in minds of naïve and gullible Russians. I hope Armata drivers can learn how to use this tank without having to call help from the factory mechanic and computer experts. Highly embarrassing. Russians have tens of thousands of old obsolete tanks, make some more of this 20th century technology. Americans will be frying it with directed energy weapons and killer robots. The only one who is scared is apparently Putin, he thinks that 300 Marines in Norway is a mortal danger to Russia. Comedian.

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