The Heavy Tank T32 was a heavy tank developed by the United States during World War II. It was designed as a successor to the M4A3E2 "Jumbo", and in practice was a heavily armored tank developed on the basis of the M26 Heavy Tank.
The T32 had a 770 hp Ford GAC engine that was capable of propelling it at speeds of up to 36 km/h. It also had a crew of five men and an armament that consisted of a single 90 mm main gun and three machine guns. The T32 also had a 54,000 kg weight and a 7-meter total length. Armor thickness on the vehicle was around 203 mm.
A variant of the T32, the E1 model, eliminated the hull machine gun, removing one more possible 'chink in a knight's armor', metaphorically speaking. Four pilot models were produced towards the end of the war, but development stopped when the war ended.