Sungri Motor Plant is a vehicle factory in the city of Tokchon , North Korea. It was the most capable plant of the North Korean automotive industry before being surpassed by Pyeonghwa Motors. The plant produces urban and off-road passenger cars, small, medium, and heavy cargo, as well as, haulage construction and off-road trucks and buses. All models are reported to be replicas or derivations of foreign cars. Vehicles are generally for civilian and commercial use, as government officials favour foreign imports and the armed forces have their own facilities.
The Sungri Motor Plant was founded in November 1950 as the Tokchon Motor Plant . It produced its first vehicle, a Sungri-58 truck, in 1958. In 1975, the plant was renamed Sungri Motor Plant (sungri meaning victory in Korean).
LineUP 4x4 truck:
Sungri-4.10 - Korean GAZ 69 four-wheel drive car modified with new front end.
Sungri-4.25 - Pick-up version of Korean GAZ 69.
Made from 1961-1979. Based on Russian GAZ 63. 4x4 version of the Sungri 58. Name Sungri (Synri, Sungli, Sungni) translated as Victory. Made by the Sungri General Auto Works, Tokchon. 4x4 truck, 1,5 ton payload, 3.5-litre 6-cylinder petrol engine. Exists as cargo truck. Army truck for years.