In the rating of the American newspaper The National Interest, four battle tanks were noted: the Leopard 2 A7 + from Germany, the American M1 Abrams, the K2 Black Panther from Korea and the Russian battle tank - T-14 Armata.
To explain why the T-14 Armata ranks fourth in the rankings, the article states that this tank was produced in very limited quantities, "but has some unique features that make it stand out on the battlefield," in the article says.
The magazine also noted the powerful engine and transmission in the T-14 battle tank, as well as its active and passive protection systems.
By the way, in March, The National Interest also reported that at the Victory Day parade in Moscow, Russia will present the most powerful weapons, including T-14 Armata tanks, combat aircraft, fifth-generation Su-57s, anti-aircraft missile system S-400 "Triumph". , anti-aircraft supersonic missile system 9-A-7660 "Dagger" and the T-90M tank.