The launch of the 1976 Mercedes-Benz Unimog 406 Dopplelkabine 4×4 Utility vehicle by the German automaker that brought the market the first European mid-sized work trucks, originated the predecessor to later models innovated to manage farm and industrial tasks. All-terrain, and manufactured for maximum durability, the Unimog 406 4×4 truck is a multipurpose utility vehicle designed to meet the demands of rugged roads affected by climate conditions. First introduced in 1948 at a Stuttgart agricultural exhibition, the prototype was was quickly assigned a procurement number by the German military, outperforming similar competitor models in transport and carrying of heavy armament and soldiers on snowy mountain roads. The precursor to other well-known truck brands such as the Land Rover, the Unimog continues to be sold today, with the new versions of the model enhanced both in terms of robustness and features. Part of Daimler company production since 1963, the Doppelkabine evidences that the 406 series, later updated with the crew-cab version since 1976, is one of the longest lasting models in its class. Outfitted with a 6-cylinder diesel engine, the 1976 Mercedes-Benz Unimog 406 Dopplelkabine 4×4 Utility reflects the fine quality, practicality, and versatility behind each MB vehicle.