The Canadian Heavy Logistic Vehicle Wheeled aka the HLVW, is a modified Austrian vehicle built under licence in Canada by Canadian Urban Transportation Development Corporation company as the UTDC 24M32. It entered service in 1992.
Canadian modifications including camouflage net storage for two nets behind the cab, cold weather starting equipment to allow starting at -40 degrees Celsius, brush guards for the cab front, a cargo bay walkway, and a radio installation kit based on a 24 volt system. The HLVW has a payload of 10 to 16 tonnes, depending on the variant. It can also operate in either four or six-wheel drive, making it suitable for both highway and field use.
The Canadian Heavy Logistic Vehicle Wheeled Variants:
Cargo Cargo (with material handling crane)
Tractor (for semi-trailer) Flat rack/bridge transporter
Heavy mobile repair
Fuel tanker 10,000 litres
The Canadian Heavy Logistic Vehicle Wheeled Specifications:
Speed: 90 km/hr
Range: 700 km without load, 550 km with load
Payload: 10 to 16 ton (depending on variant)
Towed load:15 ton
Engine: 310 hp, 6-cylinders turbo-charged, inter-cooled diesel
Transmission: 8-speed manual
Fuel capacity: 400 liters
Entered service: 1992