AMX 13 75
The AMX 13 75 is a French tier 6 Light tank. It is the second French LT equipped with a 6-drum autoloader. The tank has an excellent top-end gun and good dynamic performance. However, the drum reload is even longer than its predecessor. Something to note is that the gun depression of the AMX 13 75 (and AMX 13 90 in extension) is much better than the AMX 12t's. It's gun elevation, however, still remains very poor.
The AMX 13 75 is not your typical light tank to play. It gets put in matches with tanks ranging from tier IV to tier X. The best way to play it is to let others go ahead, and when they make contact go and support where you can. Due to its speed, the AMX 13 75 can easily move between engagements, deliver 6 rounds, and then retreat and move while reloading.
- The AMX 13 75 leads to the AMX 13 90.
The AMX 13 75 was manufactured by France after the Second World War. Sporting a modified version of the Panther's 7.5 cm KwK 42 L/70 gun with a dual 6 round autoloader, it allowed quick succession of shots. However, it could not be reloaded within the vehicle and required to find cover, reload and engage the enemy.
Tibits- The turret of the AMX 13 75 was mounted onto some Shermans to help augment their firepower