S-Tank at the tank museum at Bovington with anti-HEAT slat armor on the front.

Stridsvagn 103 (Strv 103)

The Stridsvagn 103 (Strv 103),  also known as the S-Tank, is a Swedish post-World War II main battle tank, designed and manufactured in Sweden.[3] It was developed in the 1950s and was the first main battle tank to use a turbine engine and the only mass-produced tank since World War II to dispense with a turret. It has an unconventional design with a unique gun laying process: it is turretless with a fixed gun traversed by engaging the tracks and elevated by adjusting the hull suspension. The result was a very low-profile design with an emphasis on survivability and heightened crew protection level. Strv 103s formed a major portion of the Swedish armoured forces from the 1960s to the 1990s, when it was replaced by the Leopard 2 variants Stridsvagn 121 and 122.