MERCEDES-BENZ UNIMOG U20
The smallest of the Unimog models, the U20 looked quite different from more traditional Unimogs. As its design suggests, it was a forward-control model, and it was used largely in construction and governmental applications. The Swiss used 15 of these vehicles, for instance, as firefighting vehicles. The U20 made its debut at the 2006 IAA Commercial Vehicle Show in Hanover, and entered production in 2007. It was discontinued in 2013. The vehicle was quite a bit smaller than your average ‘Mog, with a height of 2.7m and a width of 2.2m. Like other Unimogs, though, it had a 4WD system, diff locks and portal axles. The four-cylinder in-line engine of the Unimog U20 generated 130kW, and the transmission had eight forward gears and six reverse gears. Its maximum speed was 90km/h.