There are many automotive classics, and many have long subsided in history. Not so in the case of the Mercedes-Benz Unimog. Developed during the difficult times following the Second World War, the indestructible Unimog is one of the living legends in automobile engineering.
The Unimog holds its ground in the face of assignments under the most arduous conditions, changing economic settings and changing groups of buyers. And no wonder: it copes with extremely difficult terrain, pulls complete goods trains, can be used as a road/railer and features attachment points for a large number of implements.
Over the decades the Unimog has long proven its worth as a hard-working jack-of-all-trades all over the world. Its basic concept has remained unchanged: great versatility for assignments of every kind, extreme off-road capabilities by virtue of all-wheel drive, portal axles and differential locks – at front and rear – a compact cab, great robustness and provisions for mounting a wide variety of working implements.