I'm not so sure. Of course there is the very likely possibility that those tanks weren't to terribly damaged (this was more common on the western front, from what I gather. one battalion had a loss rate of 588%, but repaired all but 15 of their tanks), however the Germans had one of the strictest "kill claim" criteria. The Russian government also isn't exactly the best source of information.
This isn't from the government. Those numbers above are the reports from war-time documents, which were marked as secret for a long time in USSR. So you have the reason to trust German documents - this is the same reason to trust the documents from the other side. If you don't - than you can't trust the documents from both sides for the same reason - it's fair to assume that propaganda editing worked for the both sides.
As for me - when I have the reason not to trust to the reports about the numbers of the killed tanks from the both sides - I have no reason not to trust to the reports about the numbers of the lost tanks from the both sides during the war. That has nothing to do with the propaganda. The commanders need the numbers to calculate how much strength they have left in their disposal.
Haha all things in good time, Kyth
It'll be included in the 1944-1945 Skin update, as will the Panther Ausf A/D, Tiger 1 (late), Tiger 2(503rd Pz Btn colors, no insignia), Jagdtiger (kudos to KapulA for the reference), Jagdpanther, Hetzer, Panzer IV Ausf H, Stug III F/G, Panzer III, and the Ferdinand.
By the way - I forgot to mention that there were already no Ferdinands in 1944. They were modified (added zimmerit, machinegun and commander's cupola) and called Elefants. The picture from earlier showing the model of zimmerited Ferdinand is historically incorrect.