Based on the scout car chassis, the half-track version simply replaced the rear 2 wheels with a suspension unit and tracks.
This improved the vehicles cross country performance and also increased passenger capacity from 6 to 12.
The half-track was probably one of the most useful vehicles of the war and was employed in a multitude of roles including that of armoured personnel carrier, mobile repair vehicle and self-propelled gun mount.
About 41,000 were made in total.
|Crew:||2 (+12 passengers)|
|Engine:||White 160AX developing 128 bhp|
|Year into service:||1942|