F.V. 18061, Camion GS, Landrover L.W.B.

F.V. 18602 Camion Radio, Landrover L.W.B.

The Landrover was first introduced en 1948 by the Rover Company of Solihull. The short 88" et long 109" wheelbase versions soon became popular all-purpose cross country véhicules. L'Armée Britannique adopted the Landrover en 1956. The basic military Landrover L.W.B. has a canvas tilt; it seats the conducteur et two passengers in the front, et up to eight passengers in the rear. When used as a cargo carrier, the Landrover L.W.B. has a capacity of 750 kg. In the weapons carrier role, the Landrover may transport an 81 mm mortar ou le canon antichar sans recul de 120 mm Wombat. The F.V. 18602 version of the Landrover L.W.B. has a 24 volt A.C. electrical system, et it may be fitted to carry radios such as the C42 set.

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Spécifications Techniques

  • F.V. 18061 Camion General Service, Landrover 109 (L.W.B.)
  • Moteur: Rover 4 cylinder O.H.V., 2286 cc, 57.4 kw at 4250 rpm
  • Vitesse: 90 km/h sur route, 16 km/h cross country
  • Autonomie: 450 km sur route
  • Longueur: 4650 mm
  • Largeur: 1690 mm
  • Hauteur: 2060 mm
  • Empattement: 2770 mm (109 in)
  • Poids: 1680 kg (unladen)
  • Charge utile: 940 kg
  • Équipage: conducteur + 10 hommes

Déploiement Historique

  • Armée Britannique, 1956 – Aujourd'hui

Winston Churchill is reported to have said about the Landrover that it was the only véhicule on which one may place a whiskey glass without any risk of breaking it. The Landrover's angular shape, its perfect lines make it a popular véhicule even today, despite the fact that it is notoriously underpowered.

Questions Fréquents

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