Krupp L 2 H 43






The development of a light six-wheel cross-country chassis was started by Krupp in 1929. In 1930, this lead to the Krupp L 2 H 43. In this early stage of development, the vehicle had a high radiator grille with horizontal engine bonnet.









Around 1932, the Krupp L 2 H 43 got the typical sloping engine bonnet. This change was possible due to the small design high of the boxer engine and the fact that, due to the air cooling, no standing radiator was needed. Serial production of the Krupp L 2 H 43 started in 1934. This vehicle of an early production batch had not yet a bumper.






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