Regardless, the 105mm M35 tank gun clone (hence named G35 because we are oh so creative) is more than capable of combatting enemy armor up to a given threshold. However, it was not without minor controversies within the MoD, especially given the mild problem of toxic fumes entering the fighting compartment (hence the advent of the ELT-105AL, or ALternativo, which is Spanish for "Alternative", based on the M1128 Stryker), hence a bore excavator system and an improved propellant that has resulted in superior performance to the other 105mm gun that is weirdly common in service in other regions reliant on variants of the M60 (known by a dozen other names I am NOT bothered to refer to here). Hence, performance should be sufficient in offering armored support against common threats even if it is incapable of frontally penetrating most current generation MBTs (basically anything Western that isn't from wish.com or a Russian factory) while offering harshly limited protection due to the emphasis on mobility over armor.
Thanks to its light armor and light(er) weight, however, this also means that the system is amphibious, capable of river crossings and beach assaults with mechanized units in need of light armor support, along with providing aid to airborne units as an airdropped unit.
The AL variant (ELT-105AL) instead uses a wheeled chassis with an automated, remotely controlled turret system, offering greater mobility and equal firepower, but similar protection against direct fire. Again, the system is amphibious and airborne capable, offering an alternative to the tracked system with a wheeled system instead, using mine-resistant run-flat tires allowing for equal cross-country capabilities. Yet, the system itself is not intended for direct combat against tanks, much like the ELT-105, given the poor survivability as a whole.
Image: M10 Booker prototype on the range, during trials in Gonswanzan held California, post-invasion
Captured M1128 undergoing evaluation