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CV 33 (L3/33) and CV 35 (L3/35)

CV 35 (L3/35)

During WWII, the CV33 was quickly outclassed by the Allies. A newer model was developed known as the CV 35 (L3/35) which increased its proficiency, but not enough to be effective.

Carro M13/40

Carro M13/40

This tank was first accepted for service in March, 1940, with a production rate of 22 per month. Although the M 13/40 was designated as a medium tank, it was more in step with a light tank.

Carro L.6/40

Carro L.6/40

The L6/40 was designed to replace the CV 33 tankette, but it was already obsolete by the time it entered service with the Italian Army. The L6/40 was used in North Africa, Russia and Italy. A flamethrower version was developed but never entered production

Carro P.40

Carro P.40

This was the first Italian tank that was comparable to the Allied tanks. Unfortunately for Italy, production came to late, and Italy surrendered before they could be employed by the Italian Army.