More than 50 years ago, the drive system concept for the first Unimog ambitiously sought to redefine the term “utility” for four-wheeled vehicles. The result was an entirely distinctive kind of working machine and tractor featuring very high cross-country mobility thanks to all-wheel-drive, capable of high speeds for on-road transport, and provided with implement mounting areas: front, centre and rear – for more flexibility than any other vehicle.
To the present day this basic concept has not changed in any way. But everything else about the Unimog has, from the
headlights to the rear axle.