Specific: The new Kegresse was
supposed to act as support-vehicle for a section of
armoured vehicles and performed well off-road. On-road
the limited speed (32 km/h) made it unable to follow the
It dindīnt perform very well on exercises in 1933 and
1934 due to a worn out engine, and a new was installed in
Historical: The vehicle had a boogie design,
developed throughout the 1930īs, mainly for military
vehicles. The new design differed from the original
boogie by having the driving axle at the forward end, and
equipped with sprockets. The new tracks featured metal
cross-pieces and were of a sturdier design. The
suspension too, was redesigned.
A total of 5.795 CitroÍn-Kegresse was produced in the
period 1920 - 1937.
Length: 4.27 m (166 inches).
Width: 1.70 m (66 inches).
Weight: 2.500 kg (5.500 lb.).
Engine: Own 4-cylinder.
Transfer case: N/A.
Electrical system: N/A.
Fuel type: Petrol.
Fuel capacity: N/A.
Range: 150 km (94 miles).