The Chieftain Tank was a tank used by the British Army from 1965 to 1995. When it was originally built the Chieftain Tank had the most powerful main gun and also the heaviest armour of any tank in the world.
The Chieftain Tank weighs 55 tons and has a 750bhp engine that can run the Chieftain Tank at 48km/h on road or 30km/h off road and it can run for 500km on road.
Chieftain Tank Dimensions:
Length: 10.8 m (with gun forward)
Hull Length: 7.5 m
Height: 2.9 m
Width: 3.5 m
To drive a Tank you should visit our page on Tank driving that will give you information on where you can go to drive a Chieftain Tank