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The Leopard 2A7 : The most dangerous tank ever built

The Leopard 2A7 made it first appearance in Germany in 2010 and has since gone through some very insane upgrade that has made it one of, if not even the most dangerous Main Battle Tank (MBT) ever built.

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Of course for the Leopard 2A7 to be named one of the most lethal tanks ever it must come with some very serious firepower.

The Leopard 2A7 comes equipped with a Rheinmetall 120 mm/L55 smoothbore gun. This accurate and long range guns are capable of hitting targets that are behind covers or inside buildings. It is also a destroyer of tanks and low-flying helicopters.

It also comes with a 12.7 mm machine gun that mounted on the roof of the tank and can be controlled manually from a weapons station.

The Leopard 2A7 also comes with some really cool tech like the rear thermal image system. There is also a special camera for the gunner to see long range targets.

It runs on an MTU MB-837 Ka501 turbocharged diesel engine that produces a whooping 1500hp. For the onboard systems and electronics, they are all powered by the Steyr auxiliary power unit.

If the Leopard 2A7 ever comes across a very rough terrain, it can be fitted with a dozer blade or any other attachments to clear obstacles in front of it.

Other countries who have seen the power of the Leopard 2A7 and what it capable of doing have began making order for the war machine. According to reports Germany have agreed to sell 200 of the Leopard 2A7 to Saudi Arabia while Qatar have already placed an order for 62.

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