PzIV-J Specifications

The Panzerkampfwagen IV (PzKpfw IV), commonly known as the Panzer IV, was a widely used German medium tank during World War II. The PzIV-J variant, introduced in late 1944, was one of the final and most produced versions of this iconic tank. It featured several modifications aimed at simplifying production and improving battlefield performance.

Main Specifications

The PzIV-J's design focused on reducing complexity and manufacturing time, which led to the removal of the electric turret traverse, replaced by a hand-cranked system. Despite these changes, the PzIV-J remained a formidable opponent on the battlefield, serving the Wehrmacht until the end of the war in Europe.