The Carro Armato M15/42 entered production in 1943. It was based on the Carro Armato M13/40 and Carro Armato M14/41, featuring a more reliable engine for desert combat and an improved gun.
A total of 118 M14/42's were build, of which 28 were build by Germany after Italy surrendered in 1943. Germany took over the remaining Italian tanks as well.
|Carro Armato M15/42|
|Armour (range)||14-45 mm|
|Speed (max)||40 km/h|
|Engine||Fiat SPA 15 TB M42|
|Primary weapon||47 mm Cannone da 47/40 (1)|
|Secondary weapon||8 mm Breda Modello 38 (4)|