“A powerful raiding vehicle which is able to endure more damage and engage foot infantry better than other raiders”
Historical Description[edit | edit source]
The Panhard 178 was a long range reconnaissance vehicle developed for the French Cavalry before World War II. It was equipped with a 25-mm main gun and a 7.5-mm coaxial machine gun. It also included two driver seats; one forward-facing and one rear-facing seat allowed the vehicle to be switched into reverse immediately and be driven in the opposite direction.