Char 2C or FCM 2C
During World War I a specification had been issued for a heavy breakthrough tank (Char de Rupture) weighing about 40 tons. Two prototypes Char 1A and Char 1B had been built between 1917 and 1918. Later development then produced an even heavier model: Char 2C (weight: 69 tons). Tank had mounted 75 mm gun in the front turret and 4 machine guns. Char 2C was powered by two 250 hp Mercedes engines.
Weight: 69 t, length: 10.27 m, height: 4.09 m, width: 3 m.
Crew: 12 tankers.