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The Krupp L3H163 was a German military truck from the interwar period and World War II. The first prototypes of the vehicle were created in the early 1930s, and serial production continued in the period 1936-1938, ending with the production of about 2,000 copies of this car. The basic version of the car was 7.4 meters long and 2.5 meters wide. The drive was provided by a 6-cylinder 110 HP engine.
In 1928, the Krupp concern presented the first, mass-produced in Germany, civil truck capable of driving off-road with three axles with a 6x4 drive. The car was designated L3H68 and was powered by a 90 HP engine. These cars quickly became part of the Reichswehr and Wehrmacht equipment, and in 1936 they were modified - a new engine with more power was used, the transmission and suspension were significantly improved and the entire structure of the car was strengthened. A new brake system was also considered. The vehicles changed in this way were designated as Krupp L3H163. They were used in the German army for various purposes and have several specialized versions. They took part in the fighting in Poland (1939), France (1940) and in the initial period of the fighting in the USSR (1941-1942).
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