In 1936 Tempo-werke responded to a Landwehr (army) contract for a four
wheel drive light utility vehicle and their response was uniquely
unorthodox. The G1200 was powered by two 600cc JLO two-stroke motors,
one in the front and one in the rear. Each engine separately drove the
front and rear independently suspended axles in much the same
arrangement as Tatra used in their trucks.

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