Tatra is a Czech manufacturer producing vehicles in Koprivnice. ...
Ledwinka returned to Tatra company (originally Nesselsdorfer-Wagenbau) in Koprivnice (Nesselsdorf), then in Czechoslovakia, now in Czech Republic, and between 1921 and 1937 he was their chief design engineer. He invented the frameless central tubular chassis (so-called "backbone chassis") with swing axles, fully independent suspension and rear-mounted air-cooled flat engine.
1923Ц1938 Tatra concept
After the introduction of Tatra 11 and Tatra 12 cars with their distinctive backbone tube design and swing axles, Tatra introduced its first truck on the same basis, the light utility Tatra 13 cargo capacity. Further models followed and in 1926 T23 and T24 were introduced nicknamed "bulldogs" which could be considered Tatra's precursors to COE designed trucks. Improved version T13 introduced as T26 with six-wheeler chassis created capable offroad light utility truck which later evolved into T72 model which was heavily used by Czechoslovakian army at the time and was also manufactured under license by the French company Lorraine-Dietrich. In 1933 Tatra build limited series of T25 heavy artillery hauler with 4 and 6-cylinder petrol engines. The most popular Tatra truck before World War II was type T27 (4x2) powered by 4-cylinder petrol or diesel engines and remained in production for nearly 17 years (1930Ц1947) with total production of 7,620 units, by adding an extra axle to the rear the type T28 was created however, it was not successful and only limited production resulted in a mainly bus chassis. In the period from 1931 to 1938 Tatra also built a small utility truck based on the chassis from T30 named Tatra T43 which remain popular with small business owners. T72 model successfully continued the line to T82 built mainly for military in cargo and personnel transport between 1935 and 1938 and further to T92 and T93 built for the Romanian army from 1938 to 1941 which were identical except T93 had also a driven front axle.
Tatra TineLine 1850-2013
Ledwinka returned to Tatra company (originally Nesselsdorfer-Wagenbau) in Koprivnice (Nesselsdorf), then in Czechoslovakia, now in Czech Republic, and between 1921 and 1937 he was their chief design engineer. He invented the frameless central tubular chassis (so-called "backbone chassis") with swing axles, fully independent suspension and rear-mounted air-cooled flat engine. Another of Ledwinka's major contributions to automobile design was the development of the streamlined car body. Under him, Tatra brought to market the first streamlined cars that had been mass-produced. Together with his son Erich, who took over as chief designer at Tatra, Ledwinka and Erich Ubelacker, a German engineer also employed by Tatra, designed the streamlined Tatra models T77, T77a, T87, and T97. All of these models had rear mounted, air-cooled engines.
Tatra Defence: T 815-780R59 19 270 4x4.1R, T 810-1R0R26 13 177 6х6.1R, T 158-8P5R33.391 6х6.2,T 815-7Z0R9T 44 440 8x8.1R, T 815-790R99 38 300 8x8.1R
LineUp. Tatra 813 Further development of the T813 became the Tatra T815, which is also named the Kolos. Its Production of the T815 commenced in 1983.
Tatra 813 6x6 Heavy Hauage Tractor
TATRA TRUCKS, a.s , List TATRA introduced the T816 FORCE family in 1996 and the T815 ARMAX family in 1998 as part of the continued evolution of the T815 series introduced in 1983.
A TATRA FORCE family design, the Medium Tactical Truck (MTT), to be assembled in the US by the American Truck Company (ATC), was selected by the IDF in 2003.
The backbone of the current production programme is the TATRA TERRN0 1 Facelift civilian version range (2010) with versions with 4x4, 6x6 and 8x8 chassis using all the modern TATRA design features, including the semi-automatic TATRA-Norgren transmission.
TALOSA s.r.o.The manufacturer of propulsion parts for Off-Road vehicles and special racing TATRA trucks, an authorised service center for TATRA trucks and renovation and service of TATRA cars/trucks and engines. TALOSA s.r.o. delivers prototype automotive parts for Off-Road vehicle propulsion right from the engine to the wheel unit exactly as per your requirements and help you to optimize the future serial production with the inclusion of the production materials and production costs. The experts from TALOSA s.r.o. implement complete solutions based on years of experience with development of Off-Road vehicle prototype (from the feasibility study including the basic technical parameters and costs estimation to the introduction of the serial production).
Tatra has built an 18 m long, eight axle 16?8 truck for the Streicher drilling company. Not less than six axles are steerable with the two central axles fitted with twin wheels. The 18 m long truck is powered by a 32 litre 1100 bhp Caterpillar engine. It is the largst vehicle ever built in the Czech Republic/Czechoslovakia.
Tatra Military, The ARMAX (1999) and FORCE (1999) model ranges appeared. The first was the T 815-2 which adopted the name TERRN0 1 and was based on civilian production (1997)
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