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About Pz.Kpfw.II Ausf. L Luchs
The Pz.Kpfw.II Ausf. L Luchs tank (German: Leichte Panzerkampfwagen II mit Schmalturm, "Light Armoured Fighting Vehicle II with narrow Turret") is a German tank of the early World War II period in the 1930s, initially developed as infantry-support vehicle but later used mainly in the reconnaissance role, notably in large numbers during the Battle of France in 1940.
It was one of relatively few tanks that were built to serve as an infantry-support tank rather than just an armoured fighting vehicle for general use by the infantry, largely due to its armament and armour, which was optimised for close-range defence against enemy
Wiki Pz.Kpfw.II Ausf. L Luchs
The Panzerkampfwagen II Ausf. L "Luchs" (German for lynx) is a German light tank from the Second World War, developed between 1940 and 1942 by Daimler-Benz and MAN. The Luchs was the only Panzer II design with the Schachtellaufwerk overlapping/interleaved road wheels and "slack track" configuration to enter series production, with 100 being built from September 1943 to January 1944 in addition to the conversion of the four Ausf. M tanks. Originally given the experimental designation VK 13.03, it was adopted under the alternate name Panzerspähwagen II and given the popular name Luchs. The Luchs was larger than the Panzer II Ausf. G in most dimensions. With a six speed transmission (plus reverse), it could reach a speed of 60 km/h (37 mph) with a range of 290 km (180 mi). The FuG 12 and FuG Spr radios were installed, while 330 rounds of 20 mm and 2,250 rounds of 7.92 mm ammunition were carried. Read more