Literally began working on it today and finished it, again, today :)
The T-60 light scout tank was designed by the Moscow Factory No. 37 by Nikolai Astrov's team. It was meant as a replacement for the already-obsolete T-38 amphibious tank. About 6000 were produced between 1941 and 1942 before being replaced by the T-70 and T-80.
W, A, S and D for powering it up and steering.
AG 1 for main 37mm gun.
AG 2 for the DShK machinegun placed next to the main gun.
AG 3 for the main light.
AG 4 for the indicator light.
Trim for elevating the gun, VTOL for turning the turret.
It's extremely small and compact. Accelerates quickly, so don't go full rambo with it. Also, the gun cannot fully depress over a few portions of the hull (namely the driver's hatch).