The Grizzly is not so much a tank as a mobile fortress. The template has been presented at various scales and has been seen at dimensions so huge that as it lumbers through the jungle it creates roads for following formations of lesser tanks and armoured carriers to utilise. The GBT-49 is Bauhaus’s largest commonly used variant of the Grizzly battle tank, a powerful vehicle bristling with armaments. It mounts two huge weapons in its main turret; a 180mm tank killer plus a 230mm mortar for indirect fire support. The main body is equipped with various secondary turrets sporting either light machine guns or mini cannons. The GBT-49 Grizzly is powered by twin 7,800 horsepower turbo engines that consume 31 gallons of diesel per kilometre, and more when forcing its way through especially dense secondary jungle.
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