In 1940, Japan started developing designs for a new tank destroyer. For this vehicle, they used a modified chassis of the Type 95 Ro-Go, which never went into production. Due to its large size, high-caliber guns could be placed on the vehicle, and a choice was made in favor of the 105 mm Type 92 field gun, which was already being used in the army. Its engine compartment was placed in the front of the hull, and the closed fighting compartment was located in the rear. However, work on the vehicle was discontinued around the beginning of 1943 due to heightened requirements for mobility and armor.
Marks of Excellence requirements for Type 95 Ji-Ro: beta