It weighted 2.8 to 3.5 tons, with rear drive and cab-over design launched in Berlin. The name LT comes from cargo transporter. It was with independent front wheel suspension and a solid front axle which increased the capacity to carry. In 1983 turbo diesel and inline six petrol engines were added, and the interior is changed.
In 1993 the engines were improved and some changes to the exterior design to cope with the fashion. Intercooled engines take place and an option for turbo-diesel. A checker of coolant was integrated with a radiator grille.
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