volkswagen commercial vehicles
Volkswagen’s first joint venture into trucks outside of their own LT range was with MAN Nutzfahrzeuge (Commercial Vehicles) from 1977–1993. Truck production started in 1979 and ended in 1993 with 72,000 units produced. It was available with four engines and four wheelbases over its lifetime; there was also a 4X4 version called 8.150 FAE. FAE means “forward control” cab, all-wheel drive, single tyres so the F nomenclature means “forward control” cab. This series is usually referred to as the G90, from the most common model, but also as the “G”-series. In the United Kingdom it was originally marketed as the “MAN MT” series. The original lineup in the UK consisted of the 6.90 and the 8.90 (the first digit denoting the GVW in tonnes).
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