Unimog farm tractors
Since its inception in 1948, Unimog has been adored by enthusiasts all over the world, who not only use these vehicles for practical purposes but also as a symbol of affluence, as owning these vehicles is considered vogue in some parts of the world. Unimog was a Daimler AG sub-brand however it became a part of Mercedes-Benz in 1951 and has since then been one of the brand's flagship products when it comes to demonstrating might and power in terms of multifaceted capabilities. Unimogs are versatile vehicles that can handle a wide range of tasks with relative ease. This feature has allowed these vehicles to outperform average machinery by a wide margin while also earning a reputation for being extremely well-built. Another distinguishing feature of the Unimog is its exceptional ground clearance, which allows it to operate effectively even in terrain where other vehicles struggle. Unimogs are manufactured in Germany, however, they are assembled in Turkey and Argentina as well. They are utilized extensively in military operations, rescue missions, adventure expeditions in addition to being used as fire trucks and road-rail vehicles. The first Unimog engines were significantly smaller, with only 30 horsepower. However, Mercedes-Benz has developed far superior and more powerful engines for its products over the years.