Sibilla is back! I have to be very short with my message. a transmission too long would make me identify again, and with my previous scoop I went close. when I saw the fragments, not yet cleaned, of the data package sent to me by my little drone, my attention was completely absorbed by the new vehicle that I supposed to be the new T-9. but there are other fragments that, hastily, identified as representing the already known MBT T-7, a veteran of the conflict with the Hierarchy. looking for more details I cleaned up those fragments and I noticed a detail as large as it is elusive: it has 10 bearing wheels, not 12. The hull must necessarily have been completely redesigned, and looking good the suspension is radial and not sliding vertical like on T-7. moreover, the engine exhaust is identical to that observed on the pres- sure T-9. is this the T-9? and then the other vehicle what is it? and yet, despite the general layout and the dimensions of the turret, which would make one think of an MBT, the cannon appears below dimensioned, not larger than 4 ", maybe 3". I am now convinced that, while looking for information on a new single vehicle, I came across the first examples of a whole new class of combat vehicles! unfortunately the drone was proceeding in a straight line when it collected these images. in the last one you notice the movement of the turret, it was probably this vehicle that broke down the drone itself). I currently have no further information. this transmission ends here, the risk of being detected is too big.
Quoting Tom's MOCs
I appreciate how realistic it appears! I am wondering if your model designs have included electric motors to operate the turret, wheels/tracks, etc.
thanks for the appreciation TOM! before long I upload the detailed monograph of the T-9. as in my previous T-72, T-7 and T-8 I prefer to use the interior spaces for crew, accessor and various systems. I have no experience with the LEGO electric motors, but I think that it is sufficient space to mechanize both the traction and the turret.