|Class||Main Battle Tank Prototype|
|Armor||Front 10 / Side 4 / Rear 3 / Top 2|
|Road Speed||110 km/h|
|Fuel Capacity||1000 L|
|Main Gun||CM120-25 (120mm)|
|Autocannon||M693 F1 (20mm)|
The AMX-32 is a further development of the AMX-30. Development of this tank began in 1975 and first test example was shown in 1982. This main battle tank was intended for export. There is no information on it's serial production.
The main differences of the AMX-32 comparing with the AMX-30 are in improved armored protection and fire control system.
The AMX-32 Is a glass cannon, it can dish out massive punishment for it's price but with only 5 front armour cannot take many hits in return, this means that it is better used as a support tank in cohesion with other forces than as a main battle tank like the abrams or leopard, however if used right the AMX-32 is a powerful unit that can turn the tide against more powerful enemy units.
The first prototype of an improved AMX-30 for the export market, known as the AMX-32, was unveiled in June 1979. Originally intended as an alternative for the AMX-30B2, and deliberately imitating the spaced armour concept the Germans had successfully implemented on the Leopard 1A3 and A4, the AMX-32 fielded greater armour protection to offer increased survivability against anti-tank guided missiles. A 20-millimeter (0.79 in) autocannon was included as the main gun's coaxial weapon, and a 7.62-millimeter (0.300 in) machine gun attached to the roof. However, no orders were ever placed.
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