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Tier / Class:
2 LT
United States
Sophie Wölfli
650 gold
Stats - Stock (Renowned)
Max Damage:
245 mm
Hit Points:
Hull F/S/R:
17 / 25 / 10
Turret F/S/R:
32 / 19 / 19
Max Speed:
72.00 km/h
Acceleration 0-32kph:
5.23 s
Hull Traverse:
44.30 deg/s
415 m
Accuracy (Spread):
Max Cannon Depression:
-6.0 / -10.0°
Turret Traverse Speed:
36.00 deg/s

The T-92 ACAV is a tier 2 Premium Light Tank originating from the United States. It can be purchased from Sophie Wölfli for 650 Gold.


  • Invisible movement: motion does not reduce camouflage factor.
  • Designated target: vehicle has the ability to designate targets that are within line of sight and vision range. Designated targets are called out and takes increased damage.
  • HESH: can even penetrate armor with large hit angles.
  • Smoke generators: generate a smoke screen around the vehicle.
  • Trained crews: vehicle goes with 5 level crews.

Player Recommendations[]

With high mobility and an excellent rate of fire, the T92 ACAV is a very powerful light tank. The downside of this vehicle is its armor, where even light autocannon fire can easily penetrate it. This means that to survive, it relies on its mobility and camo rating to get around the flanks of heavily armored targets and riddle them with 76mm cannon shells.

Pros and Cons[]


  • High rate of fire
  • Excellent camouflage rating


  • Negligible armor

Upgrade Suggestions[]

Premium vehicles in Armored Warfare come fully upgraded.

Retrofit Suggestions[]

  • Advanced Muzzle Reference System
  • Augmented Optics
  • Improved Gun Breech
  • Improved Pioneer Tool Kit

Commander and Crew Skill Suggestions[]

  • Commander: Juan Carlos, to improve the aim speed and crew stats
  • Driver: Spin to Win, Off-Road Driving
  • Gunner: Sharpshooter, Do the Twist
  • Loader: Rapid Fire, Explosive Shells/Preparation


T92 ACAV Stock Armor
XP Cost Credit Cost Hull
Stock Stock ? mm (vs AP)
? mm (vs HEAT)
Unknown ? mm (vs AP)
? mm (vs HEAT)
Unknown N/A N/A% (vs AP)
N/A% (vs HEAT)
The T92 is an air-droppable light tank with full-steel chassis and turret, offering modest defense against machine gun fire across its frontal arc.


76mm T185E1 Cannon
Shell name Type Reputation Damage Area of effect Penetration Max Accuracy Speed Reload
76mm M331A3 HVAPDS AP Stock 250 0m 245mm 0.13° 1,257 m/s 6.30s
76mm T17OE3 HEP HE Stock 316 0m 152mm 0.15° 753 m/s 6.30s
76mm M496 HEAT HEAT Stock 250 0m 220mm 0.14° 1,082 m/s 6.30s


Name Reputation Cost Credits Max Speed Reverse Speed 0 to 32km/h 0 to Max Speed Hull Traverse Fire Chance
Continental AOI-628-1 Petrol Engine Stock Stock 72.00km/h {{{reverse}}} 5.23s {{{0-max}}} 44.30deg/s {{{firechance}}}


Premium vehicles in Armored Warfare come fully upgraded.


Class: Light Tank (Prototype)
Developed: 1952-1958
Service: N/A
Vehicles Built: 2
Operators: N/A

The T92 Light Tank was developed in the 1950s by Aircraft Armaments, Inc. to replace the M41 Walker Bulldog. It was actually one of three designs to attempt to do so, the other two being the T71 Light Tank variants by Detroit Arsenal and General Motors. For its time, it was a very futuristic design with a cleft turret (separating the gunner from the commander by the body of the gun). The welded steel hull armor was naturally quite thin and some parts were even made from military-grade aluminum, but thanks to its design and a lot of armor sloping, it effectively offered the same protection as the armor of the M41 Walker Bulldog.

For the time the vehicle was developed in, the firepower was adequate. The vehicle was armed with a 76mm gun with semi-automatic loading. The gun was actually nearly identical firepower-wise to the M41 Walker Bulldog gun. Its effective rate of fire was 12 rounds per minute but the gun was not stabilized, which limited the possibility of accurate fire on the move. The mobility of the vehicle was also excellent thanks to its 340hp Continental engine and 18.5 tons of weight.

The vehicle proposal was well-liked and was approved in March 1954 under the designation 76mm Gun Tank T92. Two T92 prototypes were ordered by the military and the first was delivered to the Aberdeen Proving Grounds in 1956 with the second following in 1957. The Aberdeen testing resulted in a number of modification proposals as well as in the order of two more vehicles by 1958. Unfortunately, the situation had changed in 1957 as the U.S. Congress learned of the Soviet amphibious PT-76 light tank. This resulted in a request to make the American light tanks amphibious as well but the T92 could not be modified that way, resulting in its cancellation by 1958.

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External links[]

In Development: T92 Light Tank