It's hard to believe, but it's announced on the Airfix website!
Next year there will be a Cromwell tank in 1/76 scale produced with a new tool! (The picture is from Airfix website!)
At first view I thought that it could be a reproduction of Revel's Cromwell.
The reason for this confusion is, that both models are so called "Rhino tanks".
Rhino was the nickname of Allied tanks fitted with hedgerow-breaching "tusks" in Normandy after D-Day.
The Airfix production will be a Cromwell, a british tank, and they referred to these "tusks" Prong.
This method of cutting through hedgerows was extremely effective in the bocage terrain of the area, where hedges were a serious obstacle for tanks. (Info from Wiki!)
But, after a closer look, you can also notice that there are some differences with the Revel model.
The part on the back side could be a "Deap wading gear" to drive the tank on the sea floor.
But this is only a suggestion, wait and look for an another explanation from Airfix!
After all that is the announcement in our hobby!
Airfix comes with a new mold!