The Unimog implement carrier has more than earned its reputation as a workhorse. It delivers top performance in the most varied of applications, 365 days a year. The Unimog stands out for its four mounting areas. The hydraulic, mechanical and electrical energy supply for the implements makes operation particularly flexible and provides the right drive system for each of the countless possible tasks.
The Unimog features many innovative transport solutions which increase efficiency and reduce emissions significantly. It stands for sustainability, CO2 reduction and fuel efficiency – compliance with the Euro VI exhaust gas standard is a part of this, as is the drivetrain specifically designed for the Unimog, with its advanced diesel engines, powerful transmission and high-load-bearing axles.
The Unimog implement carrier is second to none in compactness and agility: Short wheelbases from 2800 mm, a small turning circle and the optional rear-axle auxiliary steering capability make manoeuvring easier even in the tightest of spaces. Written large, in contrast, are the user-friendliness and ergonomics of the advanced cab, in whose design many of the users' improvement suggestions have been incorporated. The comfortable seat position behind the front axle, easier control with the multifunction joystick and rapid visualisation of all vehicle settings in the new instrument cluster – these are just a few examples of features supportive of more safety and operating convenience in the Unimog implement carrier
A further highlight is the EasyDrive synergetic drive. It combines the advantages of the fuel-efficient manual transmission up to a speed of 90 km/h with an infinitely-variable hydrostatic drive system for speeds up to 50 km/h. A key advantage: the working speed, between 0 and 50 km/h, can be set steplessly and independently of engine speed, and can be maintained at that level with a speed regulator function. And it is easy to switch between stepless and mechanical drive while moving or manoeuvring.