M8 Greyhound
M8 Greyhound (by DICE and Rad)
General Historical Information
Place of origin United States
Manufacturer Ford Motor Company
Produced In 1941-1942
Category Armored car
Speed 56 mph (90 km/h)
Main armament 37 mm Gun M6
123 rounds
Coaxial weapon 7.62 mm M1919A4
General Ingame Information
Used by USA

Canada United Kingdom

Crew in‑game 2
Seat 2 12,7-mm Browning M2
15 x 100 rounds
Historical Picture
M8 real

The M8 Light Armored Car was a 6x6 armored car produced by the Ford Motor Company during World War II.

As the development of the M8 armored car started, the plan was faster than the tank deployment. Tank development in the conditions of the war was progressing so fast that 19 mm thick armor and the 37-mm cannon were totally inadequate for this purpose soon. Goal was to return in a different quality of the M8, namely with its 96 km/h for a huge speed, and so that failed tank destroyer turned into a formidable scout car.

The nearly eight-ton M8 saw his first combat action with the British in September 1943, during the conquest of Sicily. British named it "Greyhound", that naturalized soon for all allied troops. By the end of 1944 11,667 units were produced before Ford production was switched to M20 optimized for reconnaissance and command tasks. Some M8 and M20 armored cars are still used in police, militia and military forces of some countries.

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