Design Polish tank direct support created by OBRUM in partnership with the British BAE Systems  . A model of the vehicle was unveiled at International Defence Industry Exhibition September 2 2013 years  . According to the assumptions of designers full prototype to be completed in 2016 , and mass production is scheduled to begin in 2018 year ,  .
Layout PL-01 is very similar to the standard of the main tanks . Driver takes place on the front of the vehicle and an unmanned turret is mounted on the back. The interior fit the commander and gunner, in addition to the rear of the fuselage can carry four soldiers  .
Vehicle armor is a wielowartstwowa, modular ceramic coating aramid, which is designed to provide the same protection as standard NATO STANAG 4569 Annex A, at 5 + within the front hemisphere of the hull and turret. Additional armor panels mounted on the turret and hull are designed to provide full protection against cumulative projectiles. Vehicle hull provides protection against improvised IED cargoes and landmines in accordance with the standard Stanag 4569 Appendix B at the 4a and 4b. The whole vehicle is covered with radio absorbing material    .
E-01 is to be equipped with a diesel engine with a capacity of more than 940 hp coupled to a torque converter automatic gearbox and driving assistance mechanism  . The suspension is based on the rollers swivel castors with seven. The vehicle can reach speeds up to 70 km / h on the road and 50 km / h in the maximum range of 500 km. It can overcome the inclination to 30 °, trenches, ditches and width 2.6 m, and to overcome obstacles to a water depth of 1.5 meters without any preparation, after preparation up to 5 meters deep  .
Primary weapon PL-01 will be placed in an unmanned turret gun caliber 105 or 120 mm, in line with NATO standards. Cannon will be able to shoot both conventional missiles and antitank rockets targeted. Automatic loader is to ensure that the rate of the order of 6 rounds per minute. The vehicle has to carry 45 missiles, of which 16 are located in the machine ładowniczym inside the tower. The department is coupled machine gun UKM-2000C cal 7.62 mm with a supply of 1,000 rounds of ammunition    .
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