Jeep Wyllis 1943

The Willys MB of the US Army (1/4 ton) and the Ford GPWs were manufactured from 1941 to 1945. These small four-wheel drive utility vehicles are considered the iconic Jeep of World War II, and inspired a crowd of similar vehicles. Over time, military models evolved into the civilian Jeep CV (For Civilian Jeep). Its equivalent in the German army, the Volkswagen Kübelwagen, was prototyped in 1938 and also on the basis of a small car. Unlike the Jeep, it was powered by a water motor and did not have 4-wheel drive.

Jeep 1958 Hotchkiss

In 1946, Hotchkiss, established in France since 1855, partnered with Willys-Overland to market the Jeep in the country.

The first vehicles, identical to the American models, were produced in 1955. At the end of production in 1966, the Hotchkiss M201 was mainly used by the French army.

Renault Trafic Passenger

Comfortable mini van for up to 8 passengers with air conditioning.