Height: 2,1 m
Length: 4,5 m
Breadth: 2,2 m
Gun: machine std
During the summer of 1915, 23 year old engineer Porokovski- kov designed this small 3-tracked vehicle with Pedrail-type tracks and small jockey wheels to assist steering. It was called Vezdekhod (He who goes anywhere), and was intended to be an infantry support vehicle when crossing open ground under fire. Fitted with a machinegun-turret, it performed well during trials in 1915 but never came into production. It was a fore-runner in design of almost all tanks to come with its turret (rotateable?) and pointed up front.
A cut-thru picture and color drawing can be seen here.