Image: ACG-1 (Aviarmor)
Vehicle TypeLight Tank
Origin & DesignerFrance/ABCC
Numbers Produced12
Crew3 (Commander/Gunner, Loader & Driver)
Main Armament1 x 47mm L/33 SA-35 Gun
Main Armament[@sponson_traverse]
Elevation-18° to +18°
Turret Traverse360° (Powered)
Gun Traverse[@gun_traverse]
Gun Mount[@gun_mounts]
Maximum Range[@maximum_range]
Armour Penetration[@armour_penetration]
Gun SightTelescopic
Secondary Armament1 x 13.2mm Hotchkiss Heavy Machine Gun
Smoke Discharger[@smoke_discharger]
Ammunition Carried120 x 47mm & 2.500 x 13.2mm
Combat Weight14.500 kg
Ground Clearance0.40m
Fording Depth1.0m
Trench Crossing2.20m
Obstacle Clearance0.50m
Climbing Ability45°
ArmourHull Front: 25mm
Hull Sides: 12mm
Hull Rear: 5mm
Hull Top: 5mm
Hull Bottom: 10mm
Gun Mantle: 25mm
Turret Front: 25mm
Turret Sides: 20mm
Turret Rear: 15mm
Turret Top: 5mm
EngineRenault 4-Cyl (Petrol)
Transmission4 Forward & 1 Reverse
Maximum Road Range160 km
Maximum Cross Country Range[@maximum_cross_country_range]
Maximum Water Range[@maximum_water_range]
Maximum Road Speed42 kph
Maximum Cross Country Speed30 kph
Maximum Water Speed[@maximum_water_speed]
NotesThe ACG-1 was the Belgian title given to the Renault AMC-35 tank. Twelve were bought by the Belgian army and were issued to armoured car units in the cavalry corps. Eight were in service in 1940 and these were all armed with Hotchkiss 13.2mm heavy machine guns.