Speaking at 16 in September at a military exhibition in London, Carter noted that "the future of the Challenger 2 tank is considered at the highest level in the army."
According to the general, in the framework of a radical modernization of the machine, the issue of creating a new tank is also being considered. No final decision has yet been made.
Some British officers openly declared that the tank gun (L30A1 120 mm) and its ammunition, which “are unable to penetrate the reservation of the Armata”, are obsolete.
As foreign media write, “the new Russian T-14 tank surpasses Western developments of a similar class.” And, according to the Japanese edition of The Diplomat, the T-14 "may be the most deadly tank in the world."