|Headquarters||Santiago de Compostela, Spain|
The Uro parent company, UROVESA, was started in 1981 by a group of ex-IPV employees. They quickly established themselves as a leading player in the 4x4 rural fire-fighting and Spanish construction truck markets.
From 1984 on, they became a certified provider to the Spanish Army, which currently operates more of a thousand of Uro vehicles, including the well-known URO VAMTAC (Vehículo de Alta Movilidad Táctico / High Mobility Tactical Vehicle), equipped with a 190hp Steyr diesel engine, while most of the other Uro ranges feature Iveco engines. The truck's design is based on the American designed Hummer/Humvee.
- VAMTRAC (civilian version)
- VAMTRAC S3 (military version)
- K3-24.14 semi tractor
- K3-24.16 semi tractor
- K5-25.14 semi tractor
- K5-25.16 semi tractor
- K5-30.14 semi tractor
- K5-30.16 semi tractor
References / sourcesEdit
- Wikipedia:Uro (trucks) - original article
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