*Fig. 1 T-14 Armata*

*Fig. 2 That same photo*

Knowing the length of the T-90 case in mm 6860 and the width in mm 3780, we calculate the dimensions of the T-14. We get: body length 8677 mm, width 4448 mm, length with the gun forward 10642 mm, height along the control unit 3244 mm, on the roof of the tower 2723 mm. The area of the onboard projection 17,28 m2, of which the tower 4,06 m2; frontal area 8,43 m2, of which 2,76 m2 towers.

Most modern a tank in the Russian army before T-14 was T-90A (Fig. 3). Its length with the gun forward is 9530 mm, the height along the roof of the tower is 2230 mm, and the height along the DPU is 2732 mm. The area of the side projection (excluding external tanks) is 11,37 m2, of which the towers are 3,29 m2; the frontal projection area is 6,18 m2, of which the tower is 2,63 m2. It is worth considering that a significant part of the tower’s area falls on the body kit, in which the devil will break his leg.

*Fig. 3 T-90A*

For a long time, it was generally accepted to compare the T-90 with the American Abrams (Fig. 4). For comparison, taken version M1A1. The length of the body is 7920 mm, the width 3660 mm, the length with the forward gun 9830 mm, the height of the 2822 anti-aircraft machine gun mm, the height of the tower roof 2430 mm. The area of the onboard projection 15,22 m2, of which the tower 4,80 m2; frontal area 7,56 m2, of which 3,42 m2 towers.

*Fig. 4 M1A1 Abrams*

We can assume that Europe now has a single tank - the German Leopard (Fig. 5). The length of the hull is 7720 mm, the width is 3700 mm, the length with the cannon forward 10300 mm (for tanks with the L55 gun), the height of the 3040 mm sights, the height of the 2790 tower roof. The area of the onboard projection 16,56 m2, of which the tower 5,36 m2; frontal area 7,56 m2, of which 2,73 m2 towers.

*Fig. 5 Leopard 2A6*

The French Leclerc (fig. 6) is not as common as its German counterpart, but also a modern and dangerous machine. The length of the body is 6880 mm, the width 3710 mm, the length with the gun forward 9870 mm, the height of the 2950 mm sights, the height of the tower roof 2530 mm. The area of the onboard projection 14,73 m2, of which the tower 4,74 m2; frontal area 7,12 m2, of which 2,78 m2 towers.

*Fig. 6 AMX-56 Leclerc*

Another representative of European tank building is the English 2 Challenger (Fig. 7). The length of the body is 7400 mm, the width 3520 mm, the length with the cannon forward 10740 mm, the height of the 2930 mm sights, and the roof of the 2490 turret mm. Side projection area (excluding external tanks) 15,16 м2, of which 4,87 м2 towers; frontal area 7,14 m2, of which 2,52 m2 towers.

*Fig. 7 Challenger 2*

On the basis of Leopard in Italy made their car - С1 Ariet (Fig. 8). The length of the hull is 7590 mm, the width is 3800 mm, the length with the cannon forward 9670 mm, the height of the 2960 mm machine gun, the roof of the 2500 turret mm. The area of the onboard projection 15,75 m2, of which the tower 4,44 m2; frontal area 8,42 m2, of which 3,12 m2 towers.

*Fig. 8 C1 Ariete*

The most unusual modern tank is the Israeli Merkava Mk.4 (fig. 9). The length of the hull is 7800 mm, the width is 3720 mm, the length with the cannon forward 8800 mm, the height of the 3020 mm machine gun, the roof of the 2600 turret mm. The area of the onboard projection 16,53 m2, of which the tower 5,73 m2; frontal area 8,37 m2, of which 3,29 m2 towers.

*Fig. 9 Merkava Mk.4*

As you can see, the T-14 has the largest size among the existing tanks, and the tower fits into the size of Western machines. UVZ gives the mass of Almaty in 48 tons, which is within the T-90, which is less by one-third in the on-board projection, which means either thin passive protection or false information about the tank.

*Fig. 10 Silhouettes of the above tanks*

Eastern European production tanks based on T-64, T-72 and T-80 for comparison did not take. The projections of the Asian tanks are not found.