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Lorraine 40t

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Battle Tier
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Overview
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[Client Values; Actual values in
Specifically, the mismatch in crew values caused by commander's 10% crew skill bonus. Outside of a crew of 1 commander only, 100% crew is a fiction. The client values, given for 100% crew, will normally be taken into battle with 110% crew skill members aside from specific functions, causing their actual performance to deviate from the expected client value. These differences are taken into account in tooltip boxes.
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2,037,500  Credits Cost
1,3001,300 HP Hit Points
37.88/38.737.88/38.7 t Weight Limit
Crew
3
Mobility
575575 hp Engine Power
60 km/h Speed Limit
3434 deg/s Traverse
15.1815.18 hp/t Power/Wt Ratio
pivot Pivot
Armor
40/40/25 mm Hull Armor
45/30/2045/30/20 mm Turret Armor
Armament
Shells
Shell Cost
180-300180-300 HP Damage
128-213128-213 mm Penetration
1.82 (autoloader)1.82 (autoloader) Rate of Fire
DPM Damage Per Minute
00 Accuracy
00 Aim time
4040 deg/s Turret Traverse
gunTraverseArc Gun Arc
gunVerticalLimits Elevation Arc
ammo Ammo Capacity
General
2020 % Chance of Fire
460460 View Range
450450 Signal Range
Values are Stock - click for Top



The Lorraine 40t is a French tier 8 medium tank, currently removed from the game. It uses a 6 round drum autoloader. The Lorraine 40t led to the Bat.-Châtillon 25 t. In patch 0.9.15.1 it was replaced the Lorraine 40t by the Bat.-Châtillon 25 t AP.
















Modules

Gun
Tr
Nm
Dam
Pen
RoF
Acr
Aim
Pr
Wt
07VII
90mm F3
240/240/320(HP)
170/248/45(mm)
1.82(r/m)
0.33-0.34(m)
2-2.5(s)
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2 200 2 200(kg)
08VIII
90mm DCA 45
240/240/320(HP)
212/259/45(mm)
1.33(r/m)
0.31-0.33(m)
2.5-3(s)
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2 750 2 750(kg)
08VIII
100mm SA 47
300/300/400(HP)
232/308/50(mm)
1.82(r/m)
0.31(m)
2.5(s)
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3 000 3 000(kg)

Turret
Tr
Nm
Arm
T.Tr
VR
Pr
Wt
08VIII
Lorraine 40t
0045 45/30/20(mm)
0040 40(d/s)
0460 460(m)
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7 500 7 500(kg)

Engine
Tr
Nm
Pw
CoF
Pr
Wt
06VI
Maybach HL 230
0575 575(h.p.)
020 20%
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0700 700(kg)
08VIII
Maybach HL230 P 45F
0750 750(h.p.)
020 20%
00066 750 66 750 Credits.png
0750 750(kg)
09IX
Maybach HL 234P45
0850 850(h.p.)
020 20%
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0750 750(kg)
10X
Maybach HL 234P50
0980 980(h.p.)
015 15%
00125 000 125 000 Credits.png
0750 750(kg)

Suspension
Tr
Nm
LL
Tv
Pr
Wt
07VII
Mle. A
38.7 38.7(t)
034 34(d/s)
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7 700 7 700(kg)
08VIII
Mle. B
40.8 40.8(t)
036 36(d/s)
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7 700 7 700(kg)

Radio
Tr
Nm
SR
Pr
Wt
06VI
SCR 508
0450 450(m)
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0100 100(kg)
03III
SCR 528F
0850 850(m)
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0080 80(kg)


Gallery

Player Opinion

Pros and Cons

Pros:


  • Great speed and agility
  • Exceptional acceleration with the top engine
  • High burst damage, enough to knock out any tier 9 medium and most tier 9 heavies with its 6 round clip
  • Good gun depression for an autoloader


Cons:


  • Armor is made of paper
  • Large silhouette
  • Frequent module damage, especially the turret
  • Poor traverse speed (34 deg/s) which results in a large turning radius while moving full speed
  • Aim time is higher than the autoloader's loading time, even with GLD and Vert Stabs


Performance

Compared to the other tier 9 mediums the Lorraine 40 t features the lowest armor values while being even bigger than the Panther II. However, the ability to equip the devastating 100mm SA47 more than compensates for its unfortunate shape by being able to penetrate most Tier 8/9 Tanks. Bear in mind however that reloading the 100mm SA47 magazine takes time, so its best to plan ahead and look for cover or a quick way out of enemy crossfire as even Low-Tier-Tanks can easily penetrate its armor.

With the new changes in patch 7.5, the research for the Lorraine has changed considerably. Instead of having 3 engine upgrades, they have been condensed into one. What this means to the player is that the Lorraine has been given some considerable upgrades to the stock tank; instead of feeling sluggish, and unwieldy, it feels more like you're driving a less nimble and faster Type 59. Overall, the Lorraine 40 t is a destructive but vulnerable Hit & Run tank and excels in delivering fatal blows to preferably distracted enemies.

As a tier 9 tank, its stock gun is woefully inadequate, 170mm of penetration just doesn't cut it in tier 10 matches. The type of opponents you'll be facing will generally make you gnash your teeth in frustration unless you're able to flank them. Which, in higher tier games isn't always the brightest idea; as exposing yourself leaves you open to fire. High tier TDs and heavy tanks kill you with 2-3 shots.

Higher tier artillery is the bane of the Lorraine, it should come as no surprise that any Soviet or German artillery sporting 203 mm or 210 mm guns, or especially the T92 is capable of one-shotting the Lorraine, even without hitting the ammo-rack. Consider 6th Sense perk obligatory and always move to cover if you get spotted.

Avoid brawling with other medium tanks. Your turret rotator is easily damaged which results jamming your turret and hits on your side under turret damage your ammorack. Missing or bouncing a shot could mean you run out of ammo while fighting the enemy and you get quickly killed. Don't try to scout in any circumstances like you did with AMX 13 90. Use equipment to minimize your aiming time.

Just remember, support your team at the start of the battle and don't go solo, otherwise you'll end up in an early grave. You can easily finish off wounded enemy tanks in endgame if you have hitpoints left.


Early Research

  • The radios carry over from the 13 90.
  • If you don't already have it from the AMX 50 100, unlock the 100mm SA47 gun first as it gives you much-needed penetration and damage.
  • Research the tracks next as the stock suspension can only hold a single piece of equipment at most with the top gun.
  • Unlock the Maybach HL 234 P50 engine for increased speed and lower fire chance.


Suggested Equipment


Vertical Stabilizer Mk 1 Enhanced Gun Laying Drive Improved Ventilation Class 2



External Reviews and Opinions



Historical Info

The success of German and Soviet heavy tanks, like Tiger II and IS-2 (and also IS-3) excited French tank engineers and would literally not let them stay put. They were inspired, as was expected, by German and Soviet heavy tanks. The French engineers had developed several new tank models. Of course, they were neither the biggest, nor the heaviest examples, but ended up being quite spectacular armored vehicles nevertheless. It is likely that not only the glorious armor, but also firepower of the aforementioned steel monsters, being produced in Germany and USSR, became the source of the fixed idea of installing 100-mm (for starters) and then even 120-mm caliber guns. However, almost all of the produced tank projects would either, for one reason or another, had stayed in production for an indefinite amount of time or be made in limited quantities. As far as is known, almost all experimental machines used the German engine Maybach as a power source. As sad as it might be, the largest part of the French tank forces in that period was issued with “Sherman”, M-26, M-24 and also “Panther” tanks. Lorraine 40t had never left the testing phase, only two prototypes would be produced. Actually, this combat vehicle was a lighter version of the AMH-50 heavy tank, but some interesting construction solutions would distinct it from the others. Unlike it’s post-war predecessors (in this branch), the tower of this tank was installed inside of the front part of the body. Also, the tank had another characteristic – “pike nose”, like IS-3. It’s worth mentioning the rubber tires on the wheels of the running gear for added amortization.


Historical Gallery


Sources and External Links



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