A four-minute YouTube clip shows the T-14's crew of three implementing an array of tasks during what appear to be tests conducted by the military.
In particular, the T-14 performs several 360 degree turns, and then rushes down the road at a speed close to its maximum.
Apparently, the clip was filmed in the wintertime, which is why the Armata looks especially impressive against the backdrop of a snow-covered landscape. The video ends with the T-14 successfully destroying a target using its 125-mm gun.
In early March 2016, Sergey Chemezov, head of the Russian state corporation Rostec, confirmed in an interview with the Wall Street Journal that the T-14 is already being mass produced.
Currently, the tank sports the standard 125-mm cannon, but designers say it could easily be outfitted with a much more powerful 152-mm cannon in the future.