The high speed manoeuvres were filmed in new footage released by the Russian defence ministry.
At £2.8million, the new battle vehicle is being hailed as a game changer.
At least 100 have been ordered by the Kremlin with the first set to roll off the production line in 2018.
Among the tanks' other eye caching feat is a fully autonomous turret that can rotate 360 degrees at high speed to reposed to threats in any direction.
The 125mm smoothbore cannon fires at a rate of 100 shots per minute and can hit a target almost five miles away.
NCThe T-14 Armata
NCA hundred have been ordered by the Kremlin
NCThe ?-14 tank was first unveiled at the Victory Day parade in Moscow’s Red Square on May 9 2015
NCThe 125mm smoothbore cannon fires at a rate of 100 shots per minute
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