The designs for this experimental Japanese tank destroyer used the Chi-Ri medium tank as a base. By 1945, tank destroyers were being developed with the primary goal of being able to fight enemy vehicles, so there were plans to mount a powerful 105 mm anti-tank gun as the armament for the Ho-Ri 2. The vehicle was also supposed to be quite mobile. Due to the fact that work on the Chi-Ri was delayed, engineers did not manage to construct a prototype of the Ho-Ri 2 before the end of World War II.
Marks of Excellence requirements for Ho-Ri 2: beta