The Panzer VII Lowe was a design for a super-heavy tank made by Germany during World War II. There were two versions of the Lowe, but both had the same 105 mm L/70 high velocity gun, the armor of the prototypes was planned to be 100 and 120 mm thick. Both versions also had a crew of five. The Lowe would have gone between twenty-three and twenty-seven kilometers (14 and 16 miles) per hour. The Lowe was never used operationally in combat, along with many other tank designs conjured up later in the war, because of limited resources and war weariness.